Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair30 - 60 mins
Age of Appliance5 - 10 years
George From Rochester Hills, MI
Jan 26, 2012
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1. Remove the lint filter. Then remove 2 screws at the lint filter housing.
2. At the back of the dryer, remove 2 screws that restrain the hinges for the dryer top. Do NOT remove the hinges.
3. Remove the front lower access panel. It snaps at the top and hinges at the bottom. It can be slipped off the hinges.
4. Remove 2 screws at the bottom of the main front panel
5. The front of the dryer top is held in place by two plastic clips. Use a flat blade screwdriver (with a rag wrapped around the tip to minimize paint damage) to pry the top up at each front corner. Then tilt the top up to just past vertical. You now can see the top of the spring that is connected to the door cable.
6. Open the dryer door. Use a putty knife to pry up the plastic plug that holds the cable in place at the door. Remove the old cable from the door and insert the new one. Be sure the cable end without a hole goes into the dryer door. Replace the plastic plug.
7. Feed the new cable through the main front panel and close the door.
8. Loosen but do NOT remove two screws that hold the main front panel to each side panel. Tilt the bottom of the front panel out about 2 inches.
9. Working through the gap between the main front panel and the side, hook the spring into the hole in the cable end.
10. Working through the open top and the gap on the side, move the spring+cable up to the top. Pass the upper end of the spring through the rectangular hole in the top of the main front panel and hook the end into the small hole there.
11. Repeat for other cable as needed.
12. Reassemble all parts. You may need to hold the top of the drum up as you move the main front panel back into place. Install the main front panel lower screws before tightening the upper screws.
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Part Number: PS333104