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Asko T721 dryer. Support rollers started to fall to bits (dryer making bumping sound as it rotated) so I bought a new set and replaced them. Not a single electrical connection was removed bar the door switch wires .... and now it won't run? The power light comes on but no action at all when start button pressed? I have checked the thermal reset at back (wasn't popped) and also looked for fuses but my model has solenoid type circuit breakers and these look fine. Dryer was functioning perfectly (bar noisy rollers) prior to disassembly, no wires removed, have checked all connections pushed on securely etc... Any idea's on what could be wrong?

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  • If you took the drum out and took the belt off you may have put the belt on wrong as there is a switch under the drive or idler pulley that must be pushed on from the pressure of the belt on the pulley. Also go and make sure both breakers are ok in the breaker box as it runs on a 220 volt sys. and if one is tripped this type of thing can occur.
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