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I have a Hotpoint Gas Dryer DLL1550RALWN The motor will not start?

I need to know how to get to the motor and remove it

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Check door switch and thermal fuse first.

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"The appliances that are being made now are only made to last around 5 years." That's quoted from a top name brand appliance dealer. The parts if you can find them are so high priced that it's better to just get a new one especially if you have to have a service call. I'm sorry I'm not help... It's just how they're profiting off of people now, by not making parts available and making them so flimsy that you have no choice.
Good luck... Sorry

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Best to contact the manufacturer or an appliance repair service. This is a car forum and we wouldn't have knowledge on you gas dryer.

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