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Drive Belt – Part Number: WE03X29897
Drive Belt
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PartSelect #: PS16542496
Manufacturer #: WE03X29897
This Drive Belt is 89.5" long and comes in black, featuring four ribs on the inside for a better grip. This is a long belt that wraps all the way around the dryer drum, around a tension pulley, and th...
$36.13
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Duct Felt Seal – Part Number: WE09X27634
Duct Felt Seal
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PartSelect #: PS12722961
Manufacturer #: WE09X27634
This is a duct felt seal for a dryer. The duct felt seal allows the front-load dryer drum to glide smoothly on the front panel. Your dryer will not function properly if the drum felt seal is compromis...
$11.56
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Lint Filter – Part Number: WE03X23881
Lint Filter
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PartSelect #: PS11763056
Manufacturer #: WE03X23881
This is a genuine OEM part that works for some models of GE, and Hotpoint models. This Lint Filter is used for Dryer.
$41.07
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Push-to-Start Switch – Part Number: WE4M416
Push-to-Start Switch
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PartSelect #: PS3487190
Manufacturer #: WE4M416
This switch is used to activate the dryer.
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Drum Glide Bearing - White (Sold individually) – Part Number: WE3M51
Drum Glide Bearing - White (Sold individually)
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PartSelect #: PS4704230
Manufacturer #: WE3M51
If your dryer is excessively noisy when operating, is not tumbling, or is leaving marks on your laundry, it may be time to replace the drum glides. The drum glide bearing is a genuine OEM part for you...
$13.17
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Timer Knob – Part Number: WE01X24552
Timer Knob
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PartSelect #: PS11736611
Manufacturer #: WE01X24552
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Drum Bearing Slide – Part Number: WE03X34318
Drum Bearing Slide
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PartSelect #: PS16762550
Manufacturer #: WE03X34318
This OEM replacement dryer slide bearing is white in color, and approximately 3 inches long. The slide bearings are supportive linings for your dryer. If they have eroded, or are damaged, the drums wi...
$15.13
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Drum Bearing Sleeve – Part Number: WE1M462
Drum Bearing Sleeve
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PartSelect #: PS266777
Manufacturer #: WE1M462
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DOOR SWITCH – Part Number: WE04X28977
DOOR SWITCH
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PartSelect #: PS12722948
Manufacturer #: WE04X28977
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Door Strike – Part Number: WE1X1192
Door Strike
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PartSelect #: PS266893
Manufacturer #: WE1X1192
TThe door strike for your dryer is mounted on the dryer frame that the door shuts onto. It fits into the door catch on the door and keeps the door closed. If the door strike is damaged or missing, the...
$8.54
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Retainer O-Ring – Part Number: WE1M461
Retainer O-Ring
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PartSelect #: PS266776
Manufacturer #: WE1M461
This is a replacement O-ring for the drum bearing retainer on your dryer. The drum bearing is found at the back of the dryer drum. The O-ring is designed to create a seal on the drum bearing. The O-r...
$9.01
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Foam Seal – Part Number: WE1M825
Foam Seal
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PartSelect #: PS2577674
Manufacturer #: WE1M825
This is 39 inches long.
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Robert
December 17, 2021
I would like to know how to get front and top off so I can get to internal items and lint filter blower etc.
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Hello Robert, thank you for writing. Your front panel is part PartSelect Number PS11736653. We do have a video that shows how to Disassemble a GE dryer just now an exact match to yours. It should be of some help.

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Donald
June 15, 2021
Dryer will not get hot
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Hello Donald, Thank you for the question. Normally this indicates the one or more of the Thermostats need to be replaced. The three Thermostats can be tested with as multi meter to determine if they are defective and need to be replaced. We hope this helps!

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Michael
February 8, 2020
The dryer only runs when i hold the start button. The belt is still on the dryer but it doesn’t spin. What do i need to check/replace?
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Hello and thank you for writing. It is likely that a faulty push to start to switch PS3487190 you also might want to check the belt PS1766009 for damage and replace it if needed. We hope this helps. Please contact us anytime if you require further assistance.

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Kim
March 7, 2020
Will not start when i push the start switch but it still counts down on the timer.
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Hi Kim, Thank you for your question. If the dryer will not start, there are some parts that you will need to check to see which one is causing the issue. You will need to check the start switch, the drive belt, the door switch, the high limit thermostat, the terminal block and grounding strap, the door strike, the duct felt seal and the main knob assembly. To test the electrical parts to see if they are working, you will need to use a multi-meter. For information on how to test the parts, go to Appliance Repair on our website and on the next page click on the dryer icon. On the next page that comes up you will find a list of symptoms. Click on "How To Fix A Dryer That Won't Start". This will bring up the information for you. For information on how to test the high limit thermostat, it will be found under "How To Fix A Dryer That's Not Producing Heat". If you are not familiar with using a multi-meter, here is a link to one of our videos on YouTube that you may use as a general reference on how to use one, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWC44fHn0As. We hope this helps. Thank you and have a great day.

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Vickie
October 31, 2022
What else besides heating voil can make dryer not dry
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Hello Vickie, thank you for contacting us. Besides a bad heating coil, the issue can be caused by a dirty and clogged lint filter, part number PS11763056, blocked drainage, a defective operating thermostat, part number PS11772030, and a problematic high limit thermostat, part number PS12073908. We look forward to hearing from you if you need assistance with placing an order through our 7-days-a-week customer service. We hope this helps!

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Drum belt broke
Removed the front Dryer panel. Left drum in place and lifted it up slightly to get access to motor drive. Slipped belt in place and put panel back on.
This was a first attempt ever at fixing an appliance and it was no big deal.
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Drive Belt
  • Adrian from Middletown, MD
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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Broken Dryer Belt
I had to take most of the dryer apart because there is no rear access to the motor. It turned out to be easy to dissasembel the dryer. The only problem that I had was that I could not figure out how to route the belt around the motor and the idol pullies. I could not find anywhere that gave instructions on how to properly tension the belt. I finally figured out that the idoler pulley needs to be locked in place on the right side of the engie mount. Then the belt needs to be routed over idoler pulley and under the motor pulley. Finally release the idoler pully from the locked postion to put tension on the belt. It really turned out to be pretty easy.
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Drive Belt
  • Richard from Ashton, MD
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    1- 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Screw drivers
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Rubbing/Squealing Noise While Drying, especially during cold weather
This part arrived at our house two days after I ordered it. I was stunned by how quickly it arrived.

Our dryer was making a very annoying squeaking/rubbing noise while drying and it became worse as the outside temps dropped (it's winter)...colder air cooling the exhaust line, causing metal in dryer to contract more.
... Read more >I called an appliance repair service and they said, "Honestly, your money is going to be better spent to just buy a new dryer. The bearings on these are a pain to replace."

Yeah, right.

I've never taken apart a dryer, but it took me less than 45 minutes to complete this repair and our dryer is back to normal. Total cost was $18, including shipping. A $300 savings versus buying a new dryer.

There is another description of the process for this part so I won't repeat it all.

I did it a little differently than most, namely I did not remove the dryer drum. I simply pulled it out about six inches (make sure and slide belt back as you inch out the drum). But first, unplug the dryer, then remove the top, then the front.

A Philips screwdriver will quickly remove the top of the dryer (two screws on inside front, where door closes) and the front face (two screws at top of front, inside face). Lift the front up about an inch and it is free. I had to disconnect a couple wires, just make sure you mark before you disconnect them.

With that done, the drum will pull straight toward you (out). Make sure and support the weight of the drum as you slide it out. I found no need to remove the drum.

At the rear inside of our drum, there are three Torx screws that hold the bearing assembly on. I have a pretty long reach so I just removed two of the Torx screws, then reached around the back of the drum while removing the third screw, to keep the bearing assembly from falling onto the floor behind the back of the drum.

This plastic bearing is held to the bearing shaft by a little o-ring. Just pull the o-ring off, slide off the old bearing, slide the new bearing on and replace the o-ring (if yours is broken, any home store will have one that will work as a replacement in their faucet repair department).

Reattach the bearing housing to the drum with the Torx screws (get all three started before you tighten any of them), slide the drum back in - make sure you slide the belt as you move the drum back in and support the weight of the drum so you don't bash the bearing assembly into the back of the dryer.

You're doing this part blind, but in a few seconds, you can guide the bearing back into the hole in the back wall of the dryer. It just slides into the hole, nothing fancy.

Put the front of the dryer back on. Then replace the top (I had to remove the five screws on top of the dial panel to give it some flex so the top would pop back into place without stressing the dial panel), plug the dryer back in, and fire it up.

45 minutes after this part arrived at our home, our dryer problems were gone. Now that I've done one, I could probably do it in 20 minutes the next time (it's that simple/easy). And we didn't need a new dryer. Makes me think I should have the appliance guy who told me we needed a new dryer to direct all of these "pain in the fanny" bearing replacements to me because I could charge someone $50 total for the repair and make good money.

Hope all this babble helps someone else who doesn't need a new dryer.
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Drum Bearing Sleeve
  • Gary from Spring Hill, TN
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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