Our dryer needs a new belt. Rather than pay for someone else to do it, I'd like to do it myself. Are these easy to replace? Do you have detailed instructions on how to do it or know where I can get some? Thanks
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Barbara, links attached for belt replacement and manual.
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Replace the drive belt must have slipped off maybe loose from use.
It does say in manual to store and move in an upright position.
Sorry don't have a reapir manual but crack it open, and either fix the belt if it has slipped off its tension pulley or you will need to replace the belt just did my LG dryer last weekend a 4 out of 10 difficulty,,,about 1and half job....belt costy me $25.00 hope this helps some.
Remove the lint trap. There is a bolt in the center. Remove bolt. Remove screws from crossbar and you can then replace the belt. I removed sensor and lifted drum out makes it easier. Pay attention to how black belt is thread if removed
Guess the answer is too late for you, but for others:
E2 means that the heating element is broken. You can buy a new heating element and replace it. Unscrew the backpanel and you see an aluminium block which looks like a radiator. Replace this by the new element and you are ready to go.
It is fairly simple,but I have changed a few.you may want to pay someone for first change and watch how he pulls everything apart.to replace a belt is not expensive.I charge anywhere from $98 to $115.00.everyone has diferent prices
Sounds like you have a broken belt. I had the same problem and replaced it myself. If you have someone handy at home, there are detailed instructions on the internet (just search) for replacing dryer belts for your model. That's what I did. A new belt costs about $13. If you need to call a service man in to replace, it might cost between $100 - $200.
If you can post a reply to me with your model number, I can walk you through a belt replacement. A repairman is usually 75.00 an hr with an hr min charge. The belts are typically 7-10 dollars each and easy to replace for the most part.