Removing front panel on electric dryer model number 110.66732500
I have a front loading electric dryer that i need to remove the front panel on to replace the fuse, thermostat and heating element on. I can't figure out how to remove the screws at the bottom of the front panel to gain access to the parts locations. can you tell me how to accomplish this? thankyou
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And always remember keep they electric cord open. Since you are working inside the dryer, *** knows anything might go worng.
Please send me back with full details of your ***** and the model number of your Dryer, Then i am able to help you with my best, Thank You.
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Cabinet Removal- Maytag & Amana Top Load Washing Machine
Remove the two (2)
screws (item #21 on the attachment below) from the bottom of the front
panel. Once the screws are removed, pull out on the bottom of the front
panel until the spring clips release for the cabinet top.
front drum seal needs replacing pop clips at front of dryer top ..lift top remove 1 secrew each side of front from the inside..remove wires lift panel off clips ckd front panel around door area for felt seal may also have embedded plastic drum glides a felt seal also goes around bottom half
open door remove eight screws, four on plastic guides and same location on hinges. wiggle door and it will remove . now grab narrow ends of front panel and pull toward you. wwhen panel gets to 45 degrees pull off tabs at bottom.
There should be a removable kickplate
found at the bottom of the dryer. Remove this kickplate by removing the
two screws found at the bottom. Let the kickplate drop down just a
little to disengage the two pins found on its top.
If your dryer has an enamelled top, you can raise it by releasing the
two spring catches found under it. Use a putty knife (or some other
thin and flat object) to push in on and disengage each catch.
Remove the two screws (some models will have four) that secure the
bottom of the front panel. As you remove the front panel, disconnect
the door switch and any other wiring, taking careful note of which
wires are to be reconnected where.
If your dryer has a galvanized top, remove the screws from the front
panel, and then remove the front panel itself. As you remove the front
panel, disconnect the door switch and any other wiring, taking careful
note of which wires are to be reconnected where. Thats all you should gain access to the heating coil..