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Re: indiset is 60 belt
Back supports and the front upper door screws. Open door and look up for screws, which you should have had to take out to get to the drum. You are getting very close to a repair. Keep looking and you will see what has to be done. Do not give up. You are too close to give up now. You can do this. keever
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hi take the back and lid off the washer usually on the top part of washer you should see the motor there should be 3 bolts 2 keeping it to the drum and another for ajustments losen this one untill the motor goes limp put new belt around the big wheel on the drum and on the small cog on the motor get a log heavy screw driver put it on the motor as a lever and take up the slack dont tighten the belt to much as it will end up snaped again just so you can poke the belt and it moves in and out slightley then tighten up the nut on the motor and thats it hope this helps ivan
Pop the top (spring clips) ... remove the front (screws) ... pull the drum out ... clean everything! ... find the belt tensioner which clips into the floor ... get a new belt ... put it around the drum ... through the tensioner ... around the motor pulley ... reassemble,
its easy, firstly wrap the belt round the motor spindle, feed the belt around the drum drive as much as you can, then turn the drum by hand and it ease the belt on as you turn it, be careful not to pinch your finger.
for using FixYa. Please follow the step-by-step procedure---
1. Remove the front panel.
2. Reach underneath drum and behind motor to locate idler
pulley. Push idler pulley to left to release drum belt tension. Remove the belt
from the motor pulley.
3. Remove the drum and belt from the cabinet.
1-- Prepare for replacing the dryer belt by lifting the
lint-screen cover on the top of the dryer. Then remove the lint screen. Skip
this step if your lint screen is inside the door. Remove the 2 Phillips screws
inside the door instead.
2-- After removing the lint screen, lift the cover and
remove the screws that hold the lint-screen housing to the dryer top.
3-- Slide a putty knife between the front panel and the top
near a corner. Lift the corner and repeat on the other side.
4-- To remove the lower panel, insert the putty knife
between the panel and each side. Then twist to release clip. 5-- Place a few wood
blocks under the drum. These support the drum when the front panel is moved
away from the sides.
6-- Loosen the screws that secure the bottom of the front
panel to the dryer sides. Do not completely remove the screws.
7-- Remove the screws that secure the front panel to the
dryer sides at the top. These are accessed from the inside of the cabinet.
8-- Lean the front panel away from the sides and slip the
new dryer belt over the drum. Then re-secure the front panel.
9-- Check that the lip on the back of the dryer drum fits
properly against the seal on the rear bulkhead of the dryer.
10-- Locate the original position of the old belt, and slip
the new belt in place. Keep the grooved side of the belt down.
11-- Push the idler pulley toward the motor and loop the
doubled-up belt around the idler pulley. Slip belt around motor pulley.
12-- Rotate the drum counterclockwise a few turns to check
belt tracking. Then replace remaining components and test run. Please do
accept the solution if the issue is resolved or else revert for further
assistance. Thanks Rylee
unplug the dryer,
220v is not fun
dryers are generic inside, regardless of maker
while you got it apart to replace the belt is a good time to clean out exhaust vent pipes and the squirrel cage fan, no lint, better air flow, less $$ to run
the tensioner may push Up on the lower run.
open case, most front panels are removed including door, remember to disconnect door switch wires, set panel aside
pull drum out
check drum support rollers
check drum felts, bushes guides
locate tensioner pulley, belts have been known to pull them out of the mounting when it breaks, check , reinstall if out
pick up broken belt off floor of case
take belt to parts store and match it, despite the huge number of dryer models there are very few belts.
If any felts or rollers are worn,stuck,damaged take them too to the parts store, and replace in pairs, despite the huge number of dryer models there are very few rollers or felts
after ensuring rollers anf felts and bearings are serviceable, loop new belt around drum at the wear mark from prior installation, reinsert drum
loop new belt around motor pulley.
pull tensioner pulley against spring to end of motion
loop belt around tensioner pulley
allow tensioner to slowly move back by spring tension till the belt is taut
put front panel back on, plugging in door switch
plug in mains
takes longer to type than to do