Question about Dryers
Take off the top of the dryer, the front of the dryer along with the ring thet holds the drum and the plate at the bottom backside of the dryer (there are alot of screws so make sure to keep track of them) put the belt on from the front side slip it all the way back (you will see a mark on the drum where the old belt was) go to the hole exposed from the removal of the back plate thet is where the tensioner is located. here is the part that got me, wrap the belt around the driver shaft pry up the tensioner DO NOT REMOVE THE SPRING IT DOES NOT MAKE IT EASIER put the belt under the idler so it applies tension to the drivertrack the belt and whalla you are done put it all together again and start drying. this is a ***** of a job but it is cheaper than getting a tech in to do it. i hope this helps
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
How do you change the belt on the drum
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
Control panel comes on but no noise and no turning when pushing start
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