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$26.48
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Drum Support Roller Kit
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Fix Number FIX1570070
Manufacturer Part Number 12001541
This OEM drum support roller kit contains the parts needed to replace one roller on your dryer. This kit includes one drum roller and two bearings. Most dryers use two drum rollers, and it is recommended to change both at once for optimal performance. The drum support roller holds the drum in position while it spins on the support wheels. It rotates on the roller shaft located on the rear bulkhead. It may need to be replaced if your dryer is noisy, will not tumble, leaves marks on clothes, or will not start. This part is prone to wear and tear, and if broken will need to be replaced. This part measures roughly 3 inches in diameter and is made of plastic, metal, and rubber. Each kit is sold individually (two would be needed to replace both drum support rollers, which is recommended).
Fixes these symptoms
  • Marks left on clothes
  • Noisy
  • Takes too long to dry
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Installation Instructions
James from Gainesville, GA
"Sqealing" noise when drum rotating
Disconnected power supply, removed front panel, removed tub support bracket, removed electrical lines from light and door switch( to have better access to install front guide kit), removed belt, removed drum, removed old rollers, installed new rollers and rest of installation was in reverse order of taking machine apart. In order to install the front guide kit(which I've never done before), I had to watch the installation instructions via you-tube. This was a tremendous aide as the instructions were simple and very adequate. Read more...
$31.48
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Tumbler and Motor Belt
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Fix Number FIX11757542
Manufacturer Part Number WPY312959
This is a single OEM dryer drum belt. It measures 100 inches in length, 3/8 of an inch wide and has five ribs and four grooves. Keep in mind that this rubber drum belt will stretch over time, so if you are comparing your current belt to these specified measurements, they may not be exact. For this repair, you will need to disconnect the power, and remove the front panel and drum. You will need a 5/16 nut driver and a stubby Phillips screwdriver. While you are doing this repair, be careful not to let the belt fall into the groove in the drum, causing it to be too loose.
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  • No heat or not enough heat
  • Noisy
  • Takes too long to dry
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Installation Instructions
James from Gainesville, GA
"Sqealing" noise when drum rotating
Disconnected power supply, removed front panel, removed tub support bracket, removed electrical lines from light and door switch( to have better access to install front guide kit), removed belt, removed drum, removed old rollers, installed new rollers and rest of installation was in reverse order of taking machine apart. In order to install the front guide kit(which I've never done before), I had to watch the installation instructions via you-tube. This was a tremendous aide as the instructions were simple and very adequate. Read more...
$28.24
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M Series New Style Coil Kit
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Fix Number FIX334310
Manufacturer Part Number 279834
This OEM kit comes with two ignition coils (one three-terminal boost/hold coil, and one two-terminal secondary coil). Usually only one of them burns out, but you should replace them as a set as both have to be operational for the gas valve to open. The primary purpose of the part is to open the gas valve and allow the gas to enter the burner. This is a safety mechanism to make sure that there is never an unsafe buildup of gas inside the appliance. You will find the coils attached to the dryer gas valve. This is not an uncommon repair; it can fail due to normal material fatigue over time. To test your current parts, watch the burner, and if the igniter glows for a while and then shuts off without the gas is igniting, it usually means one of these coils is bad.
Fixes these symptoms
  • No heat or not enough heat
  • Noisy
  • Shuts off too soon
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Installation Instructions
John from Warrington, PA
Dryer did not stay hot
To avoid the mistake I made, make sure you pop the small, square white plug towards the bottom left on the front of the dryer. This gives you a view into the heater so you can see if the igniter and other components are working. In our case, the heater would ignite and stay on for 5 minutes and then go out. As noted on this site, 50% of the time it is the gas coils so we tested them and they tested fine cold. However, testing all of the other electrical components and they tested out as well so we purchased the coil kit (again 50%). Following one of the many videos on the site, it was quite simple to get to the coils. Unplug and turn off the gas at the wall. Unscrew the two screws in the lint trap and pop up the lid with small flat screwdriver as there is a catch on each side under the lip in the front. With the top lid up, pull up and out on the front panel, the drum will stay in place but dip as you remove the front panel holding the drum in place. Reach under and to the right to remove the belt around the drum so you can remove the drum. The coils are right in front and are easily removed with a phillips screwdriver to remove the cap holding the coils. The coils are keyed and just slide out and into place. Replace the cap and reverse the steps. However, while you have the dryer apart, it is a good idea to remove all of the extra lint as we also did the same removing the back panel and the lint trap apparatus. We had quite the collection of lint and stuff in the blower that could never be removed without taking this apart so I highly suggest you take a look. It is about 10 phillips screws holding everything in place. With the coils in place, the dryer starts hot and stays hot. Repaired in under an hour and under $25 thanks to this site! Read more...
$16.60
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Multi Rib Belt - 92-1/4"
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Fix Number FIX346995
Manufacturer Part Number 341241
This multi rib belt is an OEM replacement part for a dryer. It attaches to the drum, idler pulley, and motor pulley, and is responsible for spinning the drum. Over time, the belt can become frayed, brittle, and inflexible. If you can hear the motor running, but the drum does not turn, it is likely that the belt is broken. Other symptoms of a broken multi rib belt include unusual noises, failing to start, no heat, a burning smell, and an unresponsive touchpad. Depending on the model, you will find the belt by looking behind the front panel or under the main top of the dryer. This belt is 1/4-inches wide, has a length of 92-1/4-inches, and has four ridges and three groves on the belt. Each belt is sold separately.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Heat stays on after drum has stopped
  • No heat or not enough heat
  • Noisy
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Installation Instructions
carolyn from phila, PA
not spinning
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$14.80
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Front Glide Kit
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Fix Number FIX1804752
Manufacturer Part Number 306508
This part is located on the front bulkhead of the dryer and helps the drum to rotate smoothly and quietly. If you notice a screeching or metal-on-metal noise while your appliance is operating, you may need to replace the front glides. This genuine OEM front glide kit comes with a blue plastic glide, a brown cork pad, and two metallic rivets. We recommend replacing both sets of glides at the same time, which will require the purchase of two kits. To complete this repair, you will need a Philips screwdriver and a 5/16 nut-driver to remove the front panel and the bulkhead of the dryer, a drill with a 1/8-inch bit to remove the old rivets, and a rivet tool to install the new ones. Please ensure that you disconnect the power supply to your dryer before beginning this repair. While you have the appliance opened, we recommend vacuuming out any lint and debris, and inspecting the felt around the bulkhead and replacing if necessary.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Marks left on clothes
  • Noisy
  • Will Not Start
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Installation Instructions
James from Gainesville, GA
"Sqealing" noise when drum rotating
Disconnected power supply, removed front panel, removed tub support bracket, removed electrical lines from light and door switch( to have better access to install front guide kit), removed belt, removed drum, removed old rollers, installed new rollers and rest of installation was in reverse order of taking machine apart. In order to install the front guide kit(which I've never done before), I had to watch the installation instructions via you-tube. This was a tremendous aide as the instructions were simple and very adequate. Read more...
$4.54
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Retaining Ring
Fix Number FIX11746909
Manufacturer Part Number WP9703438
This is a retaining ring, also known as a roller retainer clip, and it is for various home appliances. This part is 1/2 an inch in diameter, and made entirely of metal. The retaining ring connects the support roller to the shaft in your dryer. If your dryer is noisy, or taking too long to dry, you may need a new retaining ring. Note that this part can also be used in a refrigerator/freezer, and a washer/dryer combo.
Fixes these symptoms
  • No heat or not enough heat
  • Noisy
  • Takes too long to dry
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Installation Instructions
Brian from Novi, MI
Squeaking noises while running dryer
Followed the Video Directions from website. All went as planed. The dryer is running like new now. Read more...
$11.24
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Roller Shaft
Fix Number FIX11743031
Manufacturer Part Number WP6-3129480
The roller shaft is also known as a support roller shaft or a drum roller axle. It is a part in your dryer that the drum rollers spin on, helping your dryer to tumble. If your appliance is noisy while operating, or will not tumble at all, you may need to replace the roller shaft. You may also want to inspect the drum rollers at the same time and replace them if necessary. Replacing the roller shaft will require that you remove the front panel and the drum from the dryer. Please ensure that you disconnect the power supply before beginning this project. The tools you will need include a Philips screwdriver, a 5/16-inch nut driver, a pair of snap-ring pliers, and a 9/16-inch wrench. The roller shaft is an authentic OEM part.
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Installation Instructions
Brian from Novi, MI
Squeaking noises while running dryer
Followed the Video Directions from website. All went as planed. The dryer is running like new now. Read more...
$22.20
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Blower Wheel with Clamp
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Fix Number FIX2200270
Manufacturer Part Number Y303836
This blower wheel comes with a metallic hub clamp to hold it firmly in place.
Fixes these symptoms
  • No heat or not enough heat
  • Noisy
  • Takes too long to dry
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Installation Instructions
Erik from Belvedere, CA
Noisy 'rattling' sounds from Dryer ->bad blower fan wheel
Watched the video - really helped me get prepared. Very simple repair: first, unplug power! Removed front panel 2 screws & slowly pulled panel outward to release top clips (2min). At unit bottom, removed the blower fan grey cover (7 screws, 3min). Pulled spring washer (careful not to bend) from shaft and removed spring clip on blower fan wheel (5 min). Installed new blower fan wheel onto shaft with washer&clip. Reinstalled blower cover/screws and front panel/screws. Total time about 15min. Thanks for an easy, inexpensive fix! Read more...
$8.60
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Roller Support Tri-Ring
Fix Number FIX11755850
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10512946
This small but mighty OEM piece is called a tri-ring and is used to support the drum roller shaft and the idler pulley shaft in your dryer. It helps to provide a tight seal between components by evenly distributing pressure. The part is triangular in shape, and less than an inch in size. Overtime it can become brittle or compressed, which can lead to a noisy tumbling cycle, or your dryer not tumbling at all. The tri-ring itself is simple to replace, simply slip off the damaged one and slip on the new. However, to access the drum roller or idler pulley, you will need to remove the front panel and drum of your dryer. This may require tools like a Phillips screwdriver, a quarter inch nut driver, putty knife, a small flat blade screwdriver, and a pair of needle nose pliers depending on your model. Ensure that the power is disconnected before beginning your repair.
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JAMES from GREENSBURG, PA
Loud squeaking and squealing
Lint Filter - Removed old lint filter and inserted new lint filter. This is the first time I tried to fix a dryer. A handyman I am not. I found two very useful YouTube videos using basically my model of Kenmore (11067851600). Disassembly/Assembly - here is a difference between Kenmore 29" wide dryers and 27" wide dryers. Mine is 27". My effort was not a smooth as these videos. The bottom front panel's right most clip was quite troublesome. The moisture sensor wire required needle nose pliers to be disconnected and reconnected. The open door sensor was not easy to disconnect. Although with a few special magic words it came apart. The upper front panel was held in place with two T20 Torx screws. I had only had a T15 driver, therefore a trip to Home Depot was required. The first two tri rings were not easily removed, however, on third tri ring it became easier and not damaged. Replacement of tri rings was not troublesome. Support rollers snapped in place easily. However, I did thoroughly clean the housing. It was quite grimy. Actually, while I had the dryer open I cleaned everything including the heating element and electric motor. It now operates quietly. It took me a little over two hours because I am not handy and must take care not to make matters worse plus I thoroughly cleaned everything include scuff marks where the drum rubs. Anyone else probably should have it completed 30-60 minutes easily. Read more...
$7.48
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Leveling Foot
Fix Number FIX1609293
Manufacturer Part Number 49621
Sold individually.
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Installation Instructions
michael from Tampa, FL
Dryer had a very loud squealing sound
Remove 2 screws in the lint catcher push in on the clips in the front corners with a slim screwdriver to flip the top up then remove the two 5/16th bolts on either side to release the front of the dryer lifting slightly to remove the front then tilt dryer back so your not on the floor. Then remove the tension spring remove the bolt 3/8 remove the idler pully bracket then reverse to put back together after aligning the belt Read more...

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