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Where can I get a replacement drum switch ??

The little plastic wheels on the drum switch have broken, can I get replacement wheels or the whole drum switch. it's a 6 position switch with the first and 3rd wheels are fixed. the other 4 can be adjusted, all are no/nc switches

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Why is my clothes washer constantly unbalanced?


loose or broken drum support wheel. under the drum that turns is plastic or metal wheels the drum sits on. when the wheel breaks or the metal bar that goes threw the wheel may loosen and work its way out the the drum won`t balance.

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Model 8600 , drum makes loud noise, not a squeak


HI,

If your dryer is noisy, check these:

Rollers
Idler pulley
Glides
Rear drum bearing
Blower wheel
Rollers Many dryers use rollers or wheels to support the clothes drum. When these rollers are worn, they can be noisy. You should replace the whole set of rollers at the same time.

Idler pulley Dryers have a tension or idler pulley that keeps tension on the main drive belt. When it's worn, it can be noisy. When that happens, don't lubricate it. Just replace it.

Glides Many dryers use nylon or plastic glides at the front of the clothes drum for support. When these are worn, they can be noisy. When that happens, replace them.

Rear drum bearing Some dryers support the clothes drum in the rear with a center spindle instead of rollers. The spindle may be a ball-and-socket type support or a shaft through a sleeve. When the components are worn, they may squeak, squeal, or rub. You can't repair them. Just replace them when they're worn.

Blower wheel Your dryer's blower wheel pulls air over the heat source, through the clothes drum, and past the thermostats, then pushes it out the exhaust duct. The blower wheel, which is usually plastic, may wear out over time. But if it's noisy, it may simply be clogged with lint. Clean the blower and test to see if the dryer is still noisy. If it is, you probably need to replace it.

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So the switch on the left side of the steering wheel that is also the turn signal switch is broken. I have to put a piece of a rubber hose in between the switch and my steering wheel base so my light turn...


The combo switch which you are talking about is broken and needs to be replaced. Your local parts store should have one in stock or can order one for you. You have to remove the plastic shrouding around the steering column to gain access to the torx type screws that hold the switch in place. The new switch will be the whole unit, ie; the handle and such. Good luck.

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Maytag mde3000ayw - this dryer makes a lot of scraping noise and squeaking. What could be the cause?


Hello there:
It's noisy If your dryer is noisy, check these: Rollers Idler pulley Glides Rear drum bearing Blower wheel Rollers Manydryers use rollers or wheels to support the clothes drum. When theserollers are worn, they can be noisy. You should replace the whole setof rollers at the same time. Idler pulley Dryershave a tension or idler pulley that keeps tension on the main drivebelt. When it's worn, it can be noisy. When that happens, don'tlubricate it. Just replace it. Glides Manydryers use nylon or plastic glides at the front of the clothes drum forsupport. When these are worn, they can be noisy. When that happens,replace them. Rear drum bearing Somedryers support the clothes drum in the rear with a center spindleinstead of rollers. The spindle may be a ball-and-socket type supportor a shaft through a sleeve. When the components are worn, they maysqueak, squeal, or rub. You can't repair them. Just replace them whenthey're worn. Blower wheel Yourdryer's blower wheel pulls air over the heat source, through theclothes drum, and past the thermostats, then pushes it out the exhaustduct. The blower wheel, which is usually plastic, may wear out overtime. But if it's noisy, it may simply be clogged with lint. Clean theblower and test to see if the dryer is still noisy. If it is, youprobably need to replace it.

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Affinity front loader dryer. The drum is not


It's noisy If your dryer is noisy, check these: Rollers Idler pulley Glides Rear drum bearing Blower wheel Rollers Many dryers use rollers or wheels to support the clothes drum. When these rollers are worn, they can be noisy. You should replace the whole set of rollers at the same time. Idler pulley Dryers have a tension or idler pulley that keeps tension on the main drive belt. When it's worn, it can be noisy. When that happens, don't lubricate it. Just replace it. Glides Many dryers use nylon or plastic glides at the front of the clothes drum for support. When these are worn, they can be noisy. When that happens, replace them. Rear drum bearing Some dryers support the clothes drum in the rear with a center spindle instead of rollers. The spindle may be a ball-and-socket type support or a shaft through a sleeve. When the components are worn, they may squeak, squeal, or rub. You can't repair them. Just replace them when they're worn. Blower wheel Your dryer's blower wheel pulls air over the heat source, through the clothes drum, and past the thermostats, then pushes it out the exhaust duct. The blower wheel, which is usually plastic, may wear out over time. But if it's noisy, it may simply be clogged with lint. Clean the blower and test to see if the dryer is still noisy. If it is, you probably need to replace it. Hope this helps

Dec 10, 2009 | Dryers

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Dryer rumbles and vibrates like a bering going out or something, it will still dry a load. the noise comes and goes.


Hi

If your dryer is making noises and vibrates then you'll need to check for the following--

  • Rollers --Many dryers use rollers or wheels to support the clothes drum. When these rollers are worn, they can be noisy. You should replace the whole set of rollers at the same time.

  • Idler pulley --Dryers have a tension or idler pulley that keeps tension on the main drive belt. When it's worn, it can be noisy. When that happens, don't lubricate it. Just replace it.

  • Glides --Many dryers use nylon or plastic glides at the front of the clothes drum for support. When these are worn, they can be noisy. When that happens, replace them.

  • Rear drum bearing --Some dryers support the clothes drum in the rear with a center spindle instead of rollers. The spindle may be a ball-and-socket type support or a shaft through a sleeve. When the components are worn, they may squeak, squeal, or rub. You can't repair them. Just replace them when they're worn.

  • Blower wheel --Your dryer's blower wheel pulls air over the heat source, through the clothes drum, and past the thermostats, then pushes it out the exhaust duct. The blower wheel, which is usually plastic, may wear out over time. But if it's noisy, it may simply be clogged with lint. Clean the blower and test to see if the dryer is still noisy. If it is, you probably need to replace it.

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May 11, 2009 | Hotpoint Dryers

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When our dryer is turned on it has a very high pitched noise as if some metal is rubbing on the drum. It is model number DBXR453GVOWW.


It's noisy If your dryer is noisy, check these:

Rollers
Idler pulley
Glides
Rear drum bearing
Blower wheel
Rollers Many dryers use rollers or wheels to support the clothes drum. When these rollers are worn, they can be noisy. You should replace the whole set of rollers at the same time. 

Idler pulley Dryers have a tension or idler pulley that keeps tension on the main drive belt. When it's worn, it can be noisy. When that happens, don't lubricate it. Just replace it. 

Glides Many dryers use nylon or plastic glides at the front of the clothes drum for support. When these are worn, they can be noisy. When that happens, replace them. 

Rear drum bearing Some dryers support the clothes drum in the rear with a center spindle instead of rollers. The spindle may be a ball-and-socket type support or a shaft through a sleeve. When the components are worn, they may squeak, squeal, or rub. You can't repair them. Just replace them when they're worn.

Blower wheel Your dryer's blower wheel pulls air over the heat source, through the clothes drum, and past the thermostats, then pushes it out the exhaust duct. The blower wheel, which is usually plastic, may wear out over time. But if it's noisy, it may simply be clogged with lint. Clean the blower and test to see if the dryer is still noisy. If it is, you probably need to replace it.

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1986 Ford Ranger rear brake drums


time to get out some agression!

This will be a messy and rusty job. you'll need a big heavy hammer and a couple of pry bars to get the drums off.
before you proceed with taking your frustrations out on rusty drums, scrape as much as the crud off of the backing plate as possible, hopefully you'll find a oval rubber plug or two in the plate.
pull out the plugs and look through them with a light to see if you can see a little gear inside. you can use a small pry bar to turn the gear, which when turned the right way, will let the drum spin freely without any rubbing on the shoes. if no plug...the drums come off with just a bit more effort, either way the process is the same from here on out:

start by using the big hammer and hitting the face of the drum (where the wheel mates to it) hit the outside edge of it all the way around with a bunch of force. don't worry about damage, it's very hard to hurt the originals anyway. you should have a whole bunch of dirt and soot falling to the ground if you're doing it right.

Next, go to the back side of the drum and criss crossing with every few hits to jar one side and then another, thry to knock the drum off the axle until you can get the pry bars between the drum and the backing plate. sometimes the drum will come off just from using the hammer.

oce you can get the pry bars in, just use them as levers to "walk" the drum off.

once they come off, replace any broken springs, bad shoes, and wheel cylinders that are leaking. ( check the wheel cylinders by pulling back the rubber seals at each end of the cylinder, if there is fluid in the seals, the wheel cylinders are leaking and should be replaced.)

after everything looks good, turn the little gear a little bit at a time, and try to put the new drum on. once the new drum slides one the shoes, (it should take a little effort to get them on) spin them a few times and listen for a steady drag of the shoes rubbing. you should be able to spin them with little effort, and they should slow down fairly quickly. if they stop right when you let go, they're a bit tight (loosen the adjuster) if they keep spinning and spinning with little drag, they're too loose (tighten the adjuster)

hope the job goes well!
-shane

Jan 24, 2009 | 1986 Ford Ranger 2WD

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Noisy maytag dryer


the blower wheel sounds like it is bad it should be tight on the shaft and not turn unless the tub turns

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