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UNPLUG DRYER REMOVE TWO PHILLIPS SCREWS UNDER FILTER ON TOP LID ....
FLIP TOP TOWARDS WALL REMVOVE 5/16 SCREWS IN TOP CORNER OF CABINET AN LEAVE DOOR AND FRONT CONNECTED REMOVE DRUM BT RELIEV IDLER BELT TENSIONER INFRONT OF MOTOR AND SLIDE BELT AND DRUM OUT OF CABINET AND SET OUT OF WAY TURN DRYER IN TIMED DRYER NEAR 60 AND LAY ON FLOOR INFRONT OF DRYER ON FLOOR INFRONT OF DRYER INFRONT OF BURNER TUBE AND WATCH AND LISTEN IGNITOR SHOULD GLOW RED THEN A CLICK THEN IGNITOR SHOULD LIGHT GAS ..... IGNITOR DOSENT GLOW CHECK WHITE PLASTIC FUSE ... IF IGNITOR GLOWS AND NO CLICK THE REPLACE FLAME SWITCH ALUMINUM AND BLACK BOX ON LEFT SIDE OF BURNER TUBE ...IF CLICKS AND NO GAS REPLACE GAS COILS
Look at the tips and tricks under my profile...I have quite a few tips and pictures of how the belt routes around the tensioner... it will give you an idea of how it should look. Look for the tip that matches your make of dryer...
Hello Friend, Replacing a dryer belt is very simple. Just remove front of dryer cabinet. unplug wires from dryer door switch. Just slide a new belt over the drum with the belt grooves facing to the inside. Underneath drum you will see a tention wheel next to motor. Install belt around tention wheel and around motor shaft pully. Re-install front dryer cabinet. Make sure to plug in the wires to the door switch and make sure that the drum is re-inserted back over the felt glide on inner cabinet front. Happy to help, Tim.
Remove back (many screws)
Clean lint from interior & Vent Chute
check for breakage & parts on dryer floor
check for burn damage (wires burned off or char)
if no burn or char:
could be the "Dryer Coil" itself broke or
a "Snap Disc" usually mounted on the coil housing.
Very Serious!!!! Replace only!!!! Do not ever bypass!!!!
Stay clear of dryer for test start
Be ready to shut it down fast in case of problems
Always replace back & vent chute
You can go to www.repairclinic.com/0079.asp#DiagramF and you will find the admiral brand belt diagram in a list of several brands. It will show several ways that the belt can be installed. I believe you will find what you need.
Go to repairclinic.com. Click on the "Repair Help" heading on the left-hand side of the screen. On the next page is a "Dryer Belt Diagrams" heading on the left hand side. Your dryer belt diagram will be either "H" or "K" listed under the Whirlpool section. Your Kenmore is manufactured by Whirlpool. I hope this helps you. Please post back if you need further assistance.