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Dryer tub won't turn

I was drying clothes this morning and came back later to find the tub wasn't turning cause a zipper was stuck. I can now turn the tub freely, but when I turn the dryer on, the tub still doesn't move. My dryer is 18 years old and I think the Model # DE312

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Hear the motor running, just not spinnig drum? if so you problably eiteh threw the belt off pully it broke all together. theres 2 screws holding the front panel on apprx 10 in. up and 2in. in, slightly pointed upwards. rmeove them and the front panl comes off, i believ the top might just tip back at that pint in which case youll see the belt wrapped around the drum. ro where it should be wrapped around anyway. new belt num Y312959.if needed, youll need to reach beltto motor pulley from behind unit through a small acsess hole. be carefull not rip bag bael is in because it shows placemnet of tension pulley and correct direction to wrap belt in.anything past that, im thinkin 18 yrs has been a good run, go for new

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