Question about Dryers
Remove the kick panel (front bottom) and the front panel. The top panel will be attached to the front panel by some plastic push in retainers that you can release with a screwdriver. Pull the top panel up and prop it open with a board or a stick. The dryer belt will go around the drum top, down to the drive pulley. You will have to separate the drum from the back panel to route the belt around it down to the drive pulley. Pretty easy job, you will be an expert when done.
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