Question about Malber TD700 Electric Dryer
I HAVE HAD MY MALBER TD700 FOR ALMOST 3 YEARS NOW. LAST YEAR WE HAD TO REPLACE THE DOOR LATCH. I EMAILED MALBER AND PURCHASED A NEW LATCH. THEY WERE VERY HELPFUL AND SENT DIRECTIONS ON HOW TO PUT THE NEW LATCH ON. NOW IT IS MAKING NOISE WHEN IT TUMBLES CLOCKWISE AND IT VIBRATES AS WELL. WHEN IT TUMBLES COUNTER CLOCKWISE IT DOES NOT DO THESE THINGS. THE DRYER WORKS PERFECT OTHER WISE. COULD THIS BE A BELT PROBLEM?
It would seem that this is a mechanical issue and therefore would require that the unit be opened for visual inspection. Based on your description, it could be the suspension system or the mounting of the tumbler. I doubt if it were the belt since any deformity of the belt would be exhibited in either clockwise or counter clockwise. It could be the belt tensioner though or the mounting of the drive motor. Often these are nothing more than rubber support much like in principle as engine support in a car.
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Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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