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PartSelect Number PS11741064
This part moves the clothes around inside your dryer and helps to direct the flow of hot air during the drying cycle.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Fairly straight foward repair 1. unplug power 2.remove dyer door.3. remove clips top side they hold the top 4.lay top over and front panel cover will also lay flat 5.install baffles(you"ll ned to roll the tumbler over by hand).6. most important! vacuum out lint and debris including the vent hose &.reverse the 5 steps and viola
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Baffle replacement did not include screws. Replacements were hard to find. The missing ones were not accessible in the bottom of the machine (behind motor,etc). Also screw holes were not predrilled so difficult to attach with limited space.The best was a Utube video by someone who had an arm in a sling, therefore a one-armed installation. It was excellent instruction.
1. removed door2. removed front plate3. removed two screws that hold the tumble fin4. replaced damaged tumble fin with new one
Unplugged dryer. Removed dryer door with philips screwdriver. Removed front dryer panel aftr loosening philips screws on each side of door. Then at top right corners I used a nutdriver to remove clips/hooks that hold down top of dryer. I then lifted top of dryer up- it is hinged at back. I could then manually turn drum to access screws that hold baffles. I held each baffle in place with left hand and turned in screws with right hand until tight, using nut driver. I vacuumed out inside of dryer. Reassembled top, front panels and door. plugged in and tested. All good.
Removed the door and the front panel by removing the screws in the door hinge and two more screws opposite the door. Then removed two screws at the top of the front of the dryer, one on each side. The allowed a bracket that held down the top of the dryer to be removed. Then I lifted up the top of the dryer and propped it open with a small box. Then all that remained was to put the new baffle in the inside of the dryer drum and replace the screws from the outside of the dryer drum. My only complaint was that the new baffle did not come with two new screws. I had to go out and buy them separately because I only found one of the old screws in the bottom of the dryer under the drum.
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