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Manufacturer #: 131825900 /
Manufactured by: Frigidaire /
Fix #: FIX418807
Manufacturer #: 131825900 |
Manufactured by: Frigidaire |
Fix #: FIX418807
after watching video and reading the review, whole job was simple
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Followed video demonstration and it was easy. Used putty knife to release two latches under front edge of top cover. Tilted cover back against wall, removed two phillips screws at each inside location, lifted fron panel and swung aside to right location. Disengaged idler pulley and belt under drum (in lower corner) Used belt slack on top of drum to lift drum up and forward out of support bearing. Removed drum forward and out onto floor. Located drum support bearing in back/center of back panel held by two screws. Installed new bearing and reassembled. Runs great. Before this operation I had been almost ready to buy new dryer at $300 or more. Very satisfied with instructions and shipping service -- and minor cost !
Followed instructions in video. Easy to understand.
Pull control panel off. Remove door. Remove front of dryer. Remove top cover. Take belt off. Remove the dryer drum. Remove and replace the drum support bearing. Reverse steps to put back together.
it went great
Replaced the drum bearing kit. Hardest part was screwing new screws into the rear bearing. I recommend you screw them in first then take them out then place bearing on drum and screw them back in or youll never bet them on. Add plenty of grease and put the bearing in from outside back not from inside. Alot easier. CAREFUL OF METAL SO SHARP IT CUTS LIKES RAZOR USE TOWEL AND LONG SLEEVES OR YOULL LOOSE FINGERS EASY.
so eliminated idea of thermostat. replaced heating element coil. also replaced drum bearing and belt as long as it was apart Forgot to mention how quickly we received our parts. Amazingly fast. Thank you .
On the back of the dryer there is an inspection cover, remove it and you can get to the belt. release tension and remove the belt (Very easy to do, no tools required). Two screws hold the top in place, remove, slide top back and set to side. There are two screws and four clips holding the front on remove the screws and pop the clips loose, unplug wiring harness and remove front. Remove plastic guide that is in front of the drum, pop drum up and out of bracket holding the back, slide drum out the front. Now you have access to the rear drum bearing. Reassemble in the reverse order. There is a good video online that you can follow prior to starting this project.
Same as the video, except we didn't dare to pull the belt to pop the drum out of the drum support bearing as it was looking old and we had only ordered the drum support bearing not a new belt too. We popped it out with a claw hammer (claw side) which worked fine. Also, we didn't have any hi temp grease as called for in the video. This should come standard with the bearing!
This is a stackable washer dryer removed door and top so as to remove drum. Sure enough the bearing was worn bad.replaced following your video.First tried to snap drum into bearing with drum plate attached but because of ceiling height unable.Removed bearing plate from drum snapped into bearing then the fun began. It was difficult to line up the first of 3 screws but with my wife steadying it finally able to get them fastened. Your video was very helpful . Thanks
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