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Drive Belt
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PartSelect Number PS4133825
Manufacturer Part Number 6602-001655
The drum belt attaches to the motor pulley and causes the drum to spin as the motor is rotating. The drum belt is made of black rubber. This is an easy repair and should only take a few minutes. This goes between the drive motor and the dryer drum. The belt may have broken, which will cause the drum to not turn properly. You will need to pull your dryer away from the wall and use your Phillips screwdriver to remove the screws on the back. This is an OEM product, shipped directly from the manufacturer.
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Christopher from SUGARLOAF, CA
The dryer turned on but the drum did not move when you pressed start even though It started it cycles.
I YouTube it and there’s a step by step process on how to do it, took maybe 30 mins. If I can so can you Read more...
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Thermistor
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PartSelect Number PS4204984
Manufacturer Part Number DC32-00007A
This is a thermistor, also known as a dryer thermistor. The thermistor is attached to the blower housing, it will help regulate and oversee the temperature within the dryer. The most common symptom of needing a new thermistor is the dryer cycle not working. Before installing this part, you should disconnect your dryer from its power source. We also recommend you wear work gloves to protect your hands during this installation. To make this repair, the tools you will need include a multi-screwdriver, a Phillips head bit, and a flat-head bit.
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  • No heat or not enough heat
  • Shuts off too soon
  • Will Not Start
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Joel from SOUTH SALEM, NY
No Heat
Have to remove top panel (screws on upper back), then control panel (screws on front), then front panel and door (screws on front). Good Luck, watch for sharp edges. Read more...
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$54.12
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Idler Pulley Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS11771601
Manufacturer Part Number DC93-00634A
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Noah from OXFORD, KS
Tension/Dead Man Wheel Broke/Shattered
Dryer would not start but electronics were working.

Pulled top of dryer off; noticed the belt was loose but not broken.
Went in through the back (1 screw and removed the exhaust pipe/plate); noticed the wheel was broken and thus the belt had fallen off.

Ordered replacement wheel/arm.
One screw to remove old one, one screw to install new one...tentioned the belt. Dryer was good as new.
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Drum Support Roller & Axle
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PartSelect Number PS4221885
Manufacturer Part Number DC97-16782A
The drum support roller and axle, which includes the roller shaft and mounting clips, is used in dryers. This part holds the drum as it rotates on the support wheels. When the roller begins to wear out, it self lubricates, so no additional grease is needed. If your dryer is making odd noises then checking and replacing the rollers can be the solution to your problem. Make sure to unplug the dryer from the power source before beginning this replacement. Refer to the diagram and installation instructions provided by manufacturer.
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Tad from MINOT AFB, ND
Loud noise like boots being ran through the dryer
YouTube, YouTube, YouTube. I YouTubed many videos on how to take a dryer apart to reach the drum support roller and axle. After watching numerous videos, I settled on one that had my exact model of dryer. For my dryer, previous inputs said I needed two rollers to for my model. That is not the case. My model actually has 4 rollers, 2 in the front and two in the back. I ordered 2 initially but only needed 1 thankfully since only one roller was bad. Keep it simple stupid is how I got it done. Dryer's are pretty simple machines mechanically. Don't trash your noisy dryer. We bought ours in 2014 and it only recently started giving us issues. This is after 2 moves and being run daily for a family of 6. I'm glad I found partselect.com. They saved me a ton of money. Read more...
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Thermal Fuse
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PartSelect Number PS4205213
Manufacturer Part Number DC47-00016A
This thermostat is a genuine OEM part and is manufacturer-approved for electric dryers. The thermostat is responsible for monitoring and maintaining the temperature inside the dryer during the drying cycle. A faulty thermostat could result in clothes getting burned because the heating element does not receive the necessary signal to stop producing heat. This is a dangerous situation and could also lead to a fire. Ensure that you disconnect the power source to your dryer before you conduct this repair. This thermostat is connected to the clothes dryer unit by two screws which are sold separately.
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  • No heat or not enough heat
  • Shuts off too soon
  • Will Not Start
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Joel from SOUTH SALEM, NY
No Heat
Have to remove top panel (screws on upper back), then control panel (screws on front), then front panel and door (screws on front). Good Luck, watch for sharp edges. Read more...
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Thermal Fuse
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PartSelect Number PS4205212
Manufacturer Part Number DC47-00015A
The thermal fuse measures the air temperature inside your dryer drum, and turns the heat on and off to maintain the optimal temperature during the drying cycle. If your dryer will not start, dry clothes properly, or produce any heat during the drying cycle, it could be due to a faulty thermal fuse. The original fuse is riveted to the mounting bracket. You will need to take out the rivets to replace it. This replacement fuse comes attached to the bracket. This part is also known as a thermal limiter, or a safety thermostat. Other symptoms linked with a faulty thermal fuse include: the drum is too hot, or the drying cycle ends too quickly. Remember to disconnect the power from your dryer before beginning this installation.
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Calvin from LEXINGTON PK, MD
DRYER HAD NO POWER AND WOULD NOT POWER ON.
NECESSARY REQUIREMENTS TO DISMANTLE AND TAKE OFF DRYER CASING USING SCREWDRIVER AND NEEDLE NOSE PLIERS TO REPLACE THERMAL FUSE LOCATED ON THEHEATING ELEMENT CASING.TOOK ME HALF HOUR REPLACED PART AND PROCEDED TO PUT EVERYTHING BCK IN PLACE.PLUGGED BACK INTO SOCKET .whalla IM UP AND RUNNING AGAIN.DIFFICULTY RATING 1 TO 10-3.thanks 4 your support this was not difficult or hard just required TIME & PATIENCE. Thank u once again.THIS SITE IS THE GREATEST. Read more...
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Assembly DUCT HEATER;27-DRYE
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PartSelect Number PS4220205
Manufacturer Part Number DC97-14486A
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Mark from WEST SUNBURY, PA
Dryer stopped heating
I purchased wholesale heater element with sensors. Couple wires and bolts to attach. Trickiest part is disassembling the dryer to remove the old heating unit. You-tube it; it's gold. Read more...
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Heating Element - 5300W
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PartSelect Number PS4205218
Manufacturer Part Number DC47-00019A
This dryer heating element produces heat to dry clothes in a dryer and is located in the rear end. If the heater element is burned, dryer does not heat or over heats, or clothes take too long to dry, then replacing this part could solve your problem. The tools needed for this repair project are: Phillips screwdriver, putty knife, needle nose pliers. To repair, first remove the main top of dryer and remove ground strap at the rear. Next, disconnect two wire harnesses that hold front panel to the cabinet to pull out front panel. Once you have access to the inside of the dryer, refer to the manual for further installation instruction. As a safety precaution, remember to unplug appliance from power source before beginning this repair project.
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Joel from SOUTH SALEM, NY
No Heat
Have to remove top panel (screws on upper back), then control panel (screws on front), then front panel and door (screws on front). Good Luck, watch for sharp edges. Read more...
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$3.36
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Moisture Sensor
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PartSelect Number PS4206812
Manufacturer Part Number DC61-02627A
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michael from STATE COLLEGE, PA
Moisture sensor not working. Dryer would not shut down when clothes were dry.
*** Unplug Dryer ***
Spent years (PITA) trying to figure out how to do this repair.

About 2 weeks ago I came across this U-Tube video.
This video really saved the day and I cannot tell you how much I appreciate this guys video.

Here is the link to an awesome video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6u1_gnJAQ5U

Tip: It may help some of you to bring up this video on your phone or laptop to reference as you do the repair.

Good luck
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Retainer Clip
PartSelect Number PS4206169
Manufacturer Part Number DC61-01228A
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Vicky from BLOOMSBURY, NJ
Belt fell off because of belt roller on the tensioner melted, ciezed and fell off
Watched a video on utube, how to repair my 16 month old steam dryer. The hardest part was laying on my belly holding the spring loaded tensioner and slipping the belt on around the blower housing. Only cost me $23. Winning! Read more...

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