A friend was complaining about his dryer not spinning but you could hear the motor running so the first thing came to mind was the belt was broken
Eric B. • Chicago, IL • September 28, 2014
My Repair & Advice
After removing the top and drum I found the belt to be still intact except for a few cracks from wear.
I have fixed a few dryers before but they had rollers in them for the drum but I couldn't find any on this model, then I noticed the attachment on the back of the drum was Trashed, (I mean grinded down to nothing) so I told him this thing is Shot and that he would probably have to buy a new one.
But me being a person that hates defeat I jumped online and came across AppliancePartsPros.com... I looked up the part, found it, ordered it, they shipped it out seems like overnight and it was an exact match, I put it on and changed the belt too just for good measure and it was a wrap, runs like new. Eric B