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PartSelect Number PS373087
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.
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:
This dryer drum belt has four ridges, three grooves and is 1/4" wide.
The drum support rollers are not sold individually and are now available in a kit of 2. This kit contains the 2 rollers, four tri-rings and one palnut.
This part provides the tension required for a multi-ribbed belt. It also serves to help the belt to rotate the drum. This arm is what attaches to the idler pulley wheel.
We had to take the dryer apart first to figure out what the problem was. Put it back together after determining what was the problem, order parts ,receive parts in the mail, tear dryer back apart install new parts, close dryer up, test run, Get Thank-you kiss from wife!!!
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Followed the directions, top held in place by plastic clips, used flat bladed screw driver to gently pry upwards until they released. Cleaned inside of dryer. Check for lint, just about none. Two screws retain the front panel. Disconnect the door switch. Installed new rollers, then installed the rear drum seal which can be messy and the hardest part of the whole job. I applied the adhesive to the lip and slipped the seal onto the lip, the adhesive was setting by the time I was done, but it's glued 360 degrees around the periphery. Put belt on drum and slipped drum onto rollers depressed tension and slipped belt onto motor pulley. Slightly pulled drum up while slipping front panel onto lower catches. Reinstalled top clips and retaining screws. Tested. Closed lid. Done. Much quieter and works fine
pulled dryer away from wall took screws out of lint screen lift top removed 2 screws one on each side of front at top and removed front panel. pulled belt off drum removed drum rollers tension pulley and while i was at it pulled back cover off of heating element and blower blew everything out with air hose did a total cleaning installed everything in reverse. i was amazed how fast the parts came the dryer was only down 2 days and it runs like new even if it is 20 years old i highly recommend parts slect and i will use them in the future
I opened the top and front of the dryer. 1st I pulled out the drum and cleaned up the lint and mess from the busted support roller. Next it was a matter of looking at the enclosed drawing and instructions. I could not believe it was that easy.
I changed the belt, tension pully and rollers. Runs like new now. I also took the opportunity to clean it out real good while I had it apart.
Took the two screws holding the lint trap to top. Used a putty knife to loose the clips holding the top of the dryer up so it could be hindged up for access. Used a nut driver to remove the four screws hold the front door on. Removed the lower dust panel, just clips holding in on. Pull the dryer drum out along with the broken belt and old belt tensioner. Took shop vac and cleaned lint and removed about $2.00 of loose change from the base. Installed the new drum supper wheels. Held belt around drum to put back in. Looped the belt through tensioner and around motor drive pulley as shown in instructions. Put front door on only to find the felt around the door had slipped making the drum hard to turn. Pulled the door back off and laid the dryer on it's back before putting the door back on , so you can run your hand around the door to make sure the felt go inside the drum. Put the four screws back in the door panel before uprighting the dryer. Sucess the drum turned freely. Put other remaining panel and srews in lint trap . Hook the dryer back up to vent, power and gas, and turned on the dryer. Runs like new!
Followed the included instructions in the Maintenance kit. Very easy to understand & follow. Only advice is to have an extra set of hands to assist in re-installing drum w/ the new belt. Entire disassembly & reassembly could be done w/ basic hand tools but went alot quicker using a cordless drill w/ a set of nut/screw driver bits.
I use the manentance kit that was not the problem. I end buying the drive motor and that was it. I was happy with the service I got from part select, overnight mail what more could I ask for? I am also glad I replace everthing with mainentance kit. Thank you for your help john degnan
Unpluged DryerRemoved the two screws by the lint screenLifted the top of the dryer up by using a putty knife to push in the locking clips that hold the top downunhooked door wiring switchRemoved the front door panelRemoved drumShop vac the unitreplaced the worn partsreassembled the unit
Thanks to the sep by step instructions I got from part select this repair was very simple. The disassembling was relatively easy, my new maintainance kit came the nest day, the machine was already apart and the parts went in without a hitch. THANKYOU
I watched the video on the websit and it told me and showed me just what to do. Exccelent video, Ordered the repair kit, got it in two days. Job took me about 10 min.
got my daughter's boyfriend over.. he is like McEiver.. can fix anything with a bobbypin.... he told me what to order, you delivered it in 2 days.. and the dryer was fixed the next day. All it cost me was a roast beef dinner Much better than that repairman who would have charged a minimum of $100 plus parts... at probably triple your cost...
The Dryer maintenace kit and drum roller kits were a great buy since the unit was 13 years old it made more sense to reapir the dryer once while I had it apart. It was easy to repair, the most difficult part was trying to get the belt back on the drum since it is awkward. The job took me about 45 minutes to complete and have the dryer back up and in service.
The low heat issue was resolved with the installation of the new heating element. I first thought the squealing noise was due to worn out or jammed drum rollers. However, once I disassembled the dryer and removed the drum, I could see that the original rollers where fine as was the drive belt. The squealing was being caused by a very worn rear felt seal that had left a sticky brown residue on both the felt seal and metal case. I subsequently order the rear seal kit (felt seal & glue). I used acetone to remove the original real seal glue and made sure the surface was completely clean before installing the new seal. I had to hand stretch the new seal a bit to enable it to fit and I used masking tape to hold it in position as i installed it around the drum. Note that the glue is applied under the seal once the seal is installed on the drum. Someone's previous post suggesting the use of a detergent container to help hold the drum in place during reassembly was a big help as where the instructional videos on the PartSelect web site.
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