Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair30 - 60 mins
Age of ApplianceMore than 10 years
David From Alma, NE
Nov 05, 2009
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1.removed the top of the dryer.
2. removed the wiring to the door switch.
3. removed the front of the dryer.
4. removed the broken belt .
5. removed the drum .
6. cleaned the inside of the housing so that it was free of dust, and dirt.
7. replaced the drum, making certain that the seals were rinding where they are suppose to.
8. placed new belt on drum, placed the belt through the tension pulley, and on to the motor.
9. I replaced the front of the machine, making sure that the front seal around the opening was in its proper place, and replace the screws with the use of a nutdriver.
10. I reconnected the wires to the door switch.
11. I rotated the drum by hand to make sure it runs freely and seals were operating properly.
12. Then I replaced the top of the dryer.
The job took about an hour to do, and was fairly easy from a diy person. The hardest part was looking for a place to buy the parts for replacement for such and old machine. I want to thank you for being out there.
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Part Number: PS346995