The I had remove the motor for the unit another reaqson which is now resolved. I have repace 5 of the 8 wires to the motor, but there are 2 brown wires and 1 orange/brown wire, which I'm not sure were they go, 1 of the brown wires is the phrase mains cable in, the other 2 I believe are the element
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Hi there, There is a switch at the bottom of the dryer. It has a groove for the spring to fit around. Then the spring goes through the metal tag with the holes in the pulley. The pulleys 2 prongs then fits into the slot near the motor. The belt goes through the pulley and around the motor wheel. When fitting the drum, tape the belt at three points on the drum with the machine door facing down making installation easier. Once installed remove the tape. The dryer now works like a dream. See the attached photo. Good Luck!
Remove the rear panel on the blower housing there is a cycling thermostat (part number 3387134) with internal bias heater and a thermal fuse (part number 3392519). The latter is wired in series with the motor which will cause the motor or the dryer as a whole not to start or run when it has failed. Grab a volt-ohmmeter and set the scale to R X 1 then disconnect a wire from the thermal fuse and check its continuity. Replace the thermal fuse should it read open including the cycling thermostat.
Most likely the motor thermal overload has failed if there's power to the dryer and the thermal fuse replaced but the dryer still doesn't run.
Thanks for using FixYa. Error F11 means it is a serial communication error between the Central Control Unit (CCU) and the Motor Control Unit (MCU) and the communication cannot be sent correctly to these units and the washer. To resolve the issue you are facing with, please check the wire harness connectors to the MCU, then the motor and Central Control Unit (CCU). Also please check the drive system for any worn or failed components, MCU, CCU, motor and wire harness.
Please do accept the solution if the issue is resolved or else revert for further assistance.
sounds like the drive belt has stretched, or the auto tension is low.
disconnect power and remove back cover, clean inside around motor resitor block wires, and inspect/ replace faulty components. good luck!