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You will need to lift up the filter cover by lifting the grill door . Inside the grill is found the screws for fitting the front grill. removing the filter, remove screws of the grill inside will make the grill come off. Do not pull out but there is a latch on the top that the grill has to be lifted up and taken out. Some models have screws on side and must be taken out before the panel is pulled
Your dryer and motor can accessed a couple different ways depending on the make and model:
1. Can be the Top (remove 2 screws near filter-pull) can slide a putty knife and screw driver and pop the top off.
2. Also, the Door must be taken off to access the motor (Screws on inside of door)
3. Bottom - panel comes off by sliding a putty knife or screw driver and dis-engaging.
After intially opening the dryer cabinet; you will most likely need to remove the front door by removing 2 screws located at the inside top corners (1/4'). ** Be sure to turn off power to unit before opening and servicing.
Whats the problem? Humming noise? Not tumbling/turning? How old? What make?
Generally, these units are held to a backing plate with a pair of screws that are accessed by removing the vent plate above the door. There are a couple of Philips screws. Inside...at each end, there is a slot head screw head on a rod. Support the unit and back these screws out. The unit will then pivot from the bottom away from the wall. Detach it and then repair the issues with the hold bracket. Warning: these units are heavy!
You need to open the top lid of the DVD player and you'll notice 2 more screws. Those need to be taken out. Then the lid will lift off the base. You'll then need to undo a couple of the wires to completely remove the lid. After this, you will have to remove the silver lid inside to gain access to the color wheel. It's pretty simple. Assembly is reverse.