Level of DifficultyReally easy
Time to do repair15 - 30 mins
Age of Appliance5 - 10 years
Jaime From McKinney, TX
Jan 26, 2010
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Pretty easy job, removed the two screws that held the lint catcher at the top of the dryer. I then used a butter knife to pop the two front corners on the dryer. Basically slid the butter knife in the front of the dryer and then slid it towards a corner until it would not move anymore and gave it a slight twist to pop it out., rinse and repeat for other side.
Make sure to get a block to hold up the dryer tub about 6-8 high(I used a batter pack)
From there used a socket set to remove the two top screws from the front of the dryer and then gently lift front panel up and back to remove.
Place block to hold up the dryer tub, if you have a broken belt you should find it at the bottom. remove old belt do not be afraid if you find the pulley lying on the floor. Clean out the bottom of the dryer, install the new belt and use the digrams provided by this website to correctly install the pulley and then put everything back together.
It was alot easier then I thought.
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Part Number: PS346995