Question about Whirlpool Dryers
I have a TEDS680EQZ, it may be the same.
(1) You need to remove the lint screen,
(2) remove the two screws and place then somewhere they won't fall and get lost.
(3 & 4) Slide a metal spatula into the right and left front corners of the lid and push in gently while lifting the cover carefully.
(5) After you have the lid open have someone hold it it up or prop it open. Using a 5/16 nut driver remove the two screws (one on each side) and insert the pointy tip of the spatula or a small screwdriver into the wire harness to separate the two ends.
(6) Remove the door while holding the drum with your hand inside the drum. Slide the Front panel upwards and away to remove it. DO NOT let go of the drum this will be a pain if you drop it.
(7) have some one take over holding the door and look below the drum near the rear.
(8) the belt probably slipped off and is now wedged between the big roller at the top of the assembly. These are slightly springy so you can manipulate it to get the belt back to where it is suppose to be.
(9) Put everything back in the reverse order and you are back in business.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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