Question about Dryers
In general, remove the cabinet top, then the cabinet front. This should give access to the drum which needs to be removed. You need to release the drive belt tension by accessing the lower back panel to get to the motor where the tension device is located. Remove the screws in the center back of the drum and take out the drum. This should expose the heater assembly along with a thermostat switch and a safety high-temperature switch. Both switches should be 'on' when cold. The element(s) should read fairly low 'ohms' if good. You can sometimes just replace the heater wire, or replace the whole assembly--your choice. Re-assemble in reverse order. Check the condition of the drive belt and outer drum bearings (rollers or sliders) while you have it apart. Hope this helps!
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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