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PartSelect Number PS347627
These two drum support rollers are no longer available for individual sale. Available in a package of two and it is recommended that you replace both rollers at once. These two rollers come with four tri-rings and one palnut.
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:
NOTE: This kit is for 29" wide dryers built 1965 or later. Please verify model # before ordering as may not work for all models.
This kit comes with one multi-rib belt, two drum support rollers, one idler pulley, four tri-rings, and one clip. This part can be used with both gas and electric dryers.
took the top, sides and back removed the drum and replaced the roller roller shaft and drive belt and the belt tensioner
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Pulled dryer out from wallTipped lid up and backRemoved front panel (4 screws)Lifted drum outRemoved support rollers and replaced themVacuumed out entire dryerThrew away belt which was badly cracked over its full lengthReinstalled drum along with beltReplaced front panelSnapped lid back in place.Tested dryer. It worked without bumping!! Yea!
I started my repair by watching the PartSelect.com videos about idler pulley and support roller replacement so I could become familiar with disassembly and reassembly of the cabinet. Use a vacuum to clean up as you go. You might be surprised by the amount of lint that has collected inside the cabinet. Also, be careful of sharp edges. There are lots of sharp edges and pointed screws that can cut. 1) Remove back - 6 screws 2) Remove dryer vent housing - 2 screws on top, 3 on bottom - lots of debris here to dump out and vacuum 3) Pop the top open and lean it against the wall 4) Remove front of dryer cabinet - 2 screws and the door switch connector 5) Remove the belt 6) Remove the drum and idler pulley 7) Clean up all lint 8) Remove blower fan by putting a large adjustable wrench on the square lug on the backside of the blower fan. Put another wrench on the squared off end of the motor shaft. From the front of the dryer, turn the motor shaft clockwise to loosen while holding the other wrench on the blower lug. 9) Pop off motor retainer clips front and back, remove motor power connector10) Clean up more lint11) Install new support rollers12) Install new motor, put motor clips back on13) Install new blower fan. With the motor installed, screw the blower on the shaft until it seats, then put a wrench on the blower lug to hold it in place. Put another wrench on the square part of the motor shaft and, from the front of the dryer, turn the wrench on the motor shaft COUNTER CLOCKWISE to tighten. I have no idea about how much torque to apply.14) Remount the drum, making sure it's riding on the rollers correctly.15) Replace or remount the belt and idler pulley. 16) Carefully line up and then reattach the front of the cabinet. Reconnect the door switch17) Check the drum rotation by spinning it round a few turns before closing up the cabinet. Make sure the belt and rollers are in their proper place. Close the top lid.18) Reinstall the dryer vent and lint filter19) Put on the back cover
Top up, front off. Drew a picture of how the belt was positioned. Removed the belt and drum. Removed a heat plate to access the lower wheel. Replaced it and then replaced the upper right wheel. Was a little concerned the white triangular washers would break going on to the shafts but it turned out there much stronger that I thought. Cleaned out the bottom and found a lot of coins. Put it back together and now it sounds like a new dryer. Use gloves, some parts inside are very sharp.
Removed back cover, removed the lower and upper front cover, slid the top out of the way and removed drum . Uncliped motor,un-screwed the fan from the motor (left handed tread) read instructions as wiring was not identical recliped motor screwd on the fan plug in the wires according to the included instructions. installed the new rollers belt and Drum Reassembled the case. Plugged it in and the wife is drying cloths again. The old appliance works better than ever and is back to how quiet is was when we first got it.
don't waste your time pulling the back cover off of this dryer for this repair. Everything comes apart thru the front and top.
I followed the installation video. Total repair took about 30 minutes. I was very impressed with the instructions and everything was just as the video described. I will definitely use Part Select again, and again. Thank you!!
Found the drum roller worn out. Replaced the roller, belt and idler pulley. Took drum out and replaced per your insrtuctions.
The first and best thing I did was watch the instructional video. This was very helpful. I removed the lint trap and two screws, then pried the top off using a putty knife as described in the video. I I disconnected the wiring harness and the two screws holding the front panel, then removed the panel. Next, I removed the belt from the drum and removed the drum. I had a little difficulty removing the clips holding the rollers, but was able to pry them off after a few minutes. I installed the new rollers and reassembled everything. Note: I used the nut driver to push the new clips onto the roller pins. The problem was resolved and the dryer is working fine!
Removed the top and front panels and then removed the drum. Discovered that one of the drum support rollers was worn out. The center bushing of the roller was worn away causing the roller to wobble as the drum turned. I replace both support rollers and the belt. Now the dryer sounds like a sewing machine when running
Replaced drum support rollers but did not fix problem. Motor was fried! Replaced with used motor. NOTE. Make certain you install motor in the right position or you will find the drum sitting on motor. The guide must be in the 4 o.clock position and then placed in bottom groove for proper alignment of motor to drum. Job was amazingly easy and online instructions were super helpful.
My 20 year old dryer sounded more like a washer on spin cycle. A quick web search showed it was probably the roller wheels. I disassembled the dryer and found the roller bearings were gone. I ordered parts including the rollers and the rear felt seal and got the package in 3 days. Unfortunately, the wrong seal was in a mismarked package. PartSelect associate randy helped me out and I got the right part in 2 days. After that, the repair only took an hour. My wife went into the basement where I was catching up on the wash, and she didn't even notice the dryer was running!
took off fabric softener dispenser. used socket to remove agitator. Cleaned and then replaced the little plastic dog ears...works like brand new! It took 15 minutes or less.Also repaired noisy dryer. replaced drum rollers, pulley and belt. The job took about an hour and was real simple. However..the dryer was still noisy. Fixed with a prybar to force drum to be tighter. It now sounds like brand new.
Removed 2 screws holding the lint trap on top, popped up the top and lifted back, removed 2 screws on the inside top of front panel, lifted front off and set aside then reached under the drum and pulled tension pully to loosen the belt, and removed the drum. popped the motor clams off and then used 2 adjustable wrenches to grasp the nuts at the front and back to remove blower fan. When you look for the area in back to loosen the blower fan you may notice the nut that you are looking for is actually part of the fan and is plastic looking rather than metal. I did have to take off the back cover to the blower fan to tighten it back up.I had seen instructions that the blower fan would have a 3/8 hole in the back of it to loosen it,but mine did not. I assembled it and it works great with my new motor and rollers. I received my part in 2 days, very happy
Remove screws from dryer vent. lift top up: use screw driver to pry up and release top panel its uses a simple catch. Remove wires from door switch. Lift up and remove front panel from clips on side of drier body. IMPORTANT: two people required - Drum will fall if not supported when front panel is removed. Get down in front of machine: one peron holds drum in place an you push up on belt tensioner. Release belt from drive wheel. Remove drum and set aside. Pry off support clip from front of broken support roller. Clean roller shaft (replace if broken). Place new roller on shaft. Replace support clip. Have second person hold drum in place while you re install drive belt (see above). Replace front panel. Re attach wires to door switch. push top panel down (firmly to lock). replace drier screws.good luck
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