Not sure that is the model. It is at least 7 or 8 years old. I order part #341241. The belt broke and after I replace the belt by mistake when I was cleaning out the lint at the bottom of the dryer I knock a white wire loose. I see know where to hook the wire back up to. their is no heat coming from the dryer now. I have worked with fixing computers for years Just can't find the connection. can you please help.
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The model number for your dryer is usually located on a plate or sticker inside the door on the body of the dryer hidden by the closed door.
The most common (but not the only) belt number for Whirlpool dryers is 341241 and the idler arm for that common dryer has tabs that fit into the floor beneath the motor drive pulley. Take a loop of the belt with ribs inside the loop and pass it through the opening below the roller and loop it around the motor pulley. If it's the most common unit the end result should look like the image below for Whirlpool:
belt broke remove 2 screws under lint screen release clips under edge of top on each corner by pressing in with putty knife..lift top remove screws upper corners each side top ..disconnect door switch connector lift front off install 341241 belt per diagram on bag
The belt you will need for that unit is part # 341241. These belts will fit almost all Whirlpool and Kenmore models except for the DOTT (Dryer Of Tomorrow, Today) dryers. A DOTT dryer is a Kenmore model only, and has a front kick plate and the lint filter in the door.