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Felt Seal

Part Number: AP2043005
MFG Part Number: WE9M10
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Dryer Gasket Or Seal.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WE9M10 (AP2043005) replaces WE9X108, 277118, AH268331, EA268331, PS268331, WE09M0010, WE09X0108.

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The felt seal (that the drum rides on the top front has come loose and fallen down inside. The result was a really hot spot there on the dryer drum (friction?) and a burning smell (lint). The felt item looks pretty nasty so I though I would get a new one. HOW do I attach it to the dryer frame so it stays in place. It was loose when we cleaned out the lint last year and I tucked it back where I thought it belongs but it apparently didn't stay. Thanks Chris in Albuquerque

Chris J for Model Number Hotpoint NVLR333EVOWW


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Lower Felt we9m10. Does this actually support the drum? If it is vital for bearing of the drum, I'd like to consider replacing, but I do not know exactly what it is for except to help guide the rotation. Is that right?

Rick for Model Number ddg8580rcmad


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I assume the felt is supposed to be under the bottom edge of the drum when the front is put back on. Is there a trick to telling whether it is under the lip or was pushed in as the front was put on, and for that matter is there a trick to making the drum slip in to the front and ending up on top of the felt and not pushing the felt in front of the drum? I used the old not in the best of shape felt, though maybe it's easier for it to go together correctly with a new piece of felt.

Tom for Model Number DBLR333ETOWW


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I just purchased a felt seal for my RCA/GE dryer, but it keeps sliding out. How do I get it to stay in place? Thanks.

Dave for Model Number bjlr473etoww


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