Question about Dryers
You will need to remove the front panel:
1) unplug dryer
2) open door remove screws
3) with a flat tip screw driver pry gently up on the top corners it will pop
4) move front panel forward and disconnect door switch
5) sit panel aside
6) lift top lid of dryer 90 degrees it has clip/hinged on back
7) note the routing of old belt
8) replace belt
These are general directions you may have to actual remove more screws, I am not there looking at the dryer, but on all the dryers I have worked on this is how I went about repairing them. Hope this helps Tim
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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