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The drive belt that turns the drum has broken off or fell off. Sears does sells these belts in a kit forn including the tensioner pulley. Purchase that. The top and front panel will need to come off to do this repair

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My gas dryer will not turn the clothes drum the dryer turns on but the drum does not move


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Clothes get caught in-between the drum and where the drum rest at the front of the dryer and all the cloths have rust colored mark on them.


What is happening is the drum moves parallel to the door opening and drum liner. When the drum shaft gets wear, the drum tilts away from the drum liner. This creates a space through which your clothes fall into. The drum turns and your clothes wedge in this gap and become damaged from rubbing the interior liner.
To fix this is simple. Remove the front dryer cover and there will be 3 screws holding the drum to the shaft. There are plastic bushings to replace and then your drum will fit tightly against the liner. It may be a good time to replace the liner to insure a good seal.
Remember to turn off the gas at the appliance or unplug the electricity to the unit.
Servall is a supplier of appliance parts, and the Service dept. of Sears fir Kenmore, etc.
It should take an experienced repairman with the tools between 1 and 2 hours to fix.

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Maytag Performa PYE G2200 gas dryer, the dryer seems to turn on but the drum will not turn.


Based on the information provided, it sounds like a broken drum belt is at fault. Below is an illustration of the drum belt.
http://www.repairclinic.com/SSPartDetail.aspx?s=t-PYG2200+-%3d%3di529597&PartID=529597

Here is a parts/disassembly diagram:
http://www.repairclinic.com/Dryer-Gas-Maytag-Style-Appliance-Diagram

Here is a belt installation diagram:
Dryers have a drive belt that turns the clothes drum. If the belt breaks, the drum stops rotating. Then you need to replace the belt, and often the idler pulley, because the pulley tends to wear out at the same time.

Click here for a belt installation diagram.

All links courtesy of www.repairclinic.com

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My guess: bad motor bearings which let the rotor move off-center and bind.
Usually the motors are not repairable

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Hi I am trying to clean my drain unsder my washer. I do not know how to pull the cover off.?? It appears I need special alan wrenchs for two little screws..?? any ideas??


Though the idea of repairing a clothes dryer can be pretty intimidating, the truth is that some types of repairs are surprisingly easy. Yes, dryers appear to be built like huge, impervious metal boxes, but they are typically pretty easy to open and relatively simple to fix.


As shown at How Clothes Dryers Works, a clothes dryer has a motor that turns a big drum containing the clothes, a heat source for blowing warm air into the drum to dry the clothes, and controls for operating the motor and heat source.
Some dryers have an electric element to do the heating while others utilize a gas flame; the latter must be vented.
Clothes dryer problems generally occur because the heat source doesn't heat properly or the motor fails to turn the drum.
If a gas dryer doesn't dry properly, the first thing to check is the pilot light or igniter--it may not be lighting the burner. The second thing to check is the dryer's vent-if it is clogged with lint, the heating system won't work properly.

Pay attention to basic safety measures when working on a dryer. Always unplug the dryer, and turn off the gas supply to a gas dryer at the appliance shutoff valve.
As with most appliances, maintenance will keep your dryer purring. Clean the lint trap after every load, and clean the vent system once a year.

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