I bought this a couple days ago, used. the dryer was delivered just after the owner's used it for the last time. they say it has never given them a problem. unfortunately for me, it is not heating up and the dryer is filling with gas... but the hookups are all in proper condition. the previous owners brought it to me in the back of a trailer with a tarp tied over it. could it have been damaged in the transport over here?
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A plug is easy to change, You can do it your self, Just make shure you turn your breaker off, Before you remove the old plug,Follow the wires on the old plug, End connect them to the same terminals on the new plug.Allso you can Write it down where they go,Before you disconect the wires from the old plug, Try the cheap route first, End that is to replace the old plug,
a grinding noise in a dryer is usually due to a broken motor coupling. Not sure however since you didnt include a model number, brand or year the machine was purchased. If you own a somewhat older model (bought from 4-6 years ago) it is most likely the motor coupling however newer models can have some other problems and usually require a service tech to come and look at.
hi! i dont have a solution for your problem however i would like to ask a favor from you if you can give me a copy of owners manual of kenmore sewing machine 158.13511. i recently purchase the same model at yard sale for $20 in very good condition but without an owners manual. i appreciate it much if you can get back to me.
The wheel has left handed threads. Use an impact wrench and an adjustable wrench to get it off or get a vice grips or pipe wrncha nd lock down the shaft then get a stick of wood or a hammer handle and shove it in between two fins at the 3 oclock position. Slam downwards on the wheel and it should pop loose.