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    • Part Number: AP3886900
    • MFG Part Number: 131863007
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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I just change the pully on the dryer. After the third time I used the dryer it still making the noise not all the time. What is wrong? Thank you Jim

Jim

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My frigidaire dryer is making a loud vibrating noise. It is level and it vibrates empty, full or just a few items. It was fine the first load and second load as soon as I turned it on it made the loud vibrating noise, what is this coming from?

Stacy for Model Number gler341as1

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I have a Frigidaire Affinity dryer that is making a loud noise where the idler pulley is. I took the access panel off and watched and listened and does seem where the noise is coming from. It is not a squealing sound as I have others talk about. The idler pulley is moving back and forth but making the noise I believe. I'm not sure. Do I order just the pulley or other parts?

Mary for Model Number AEQ6700FS0

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Hello, My belt broke and I need to replace it. Once it broke the idler arm fell off and I am having trouble trying to figure out how to reinstall it properly with the belt looking at the assembly drawing provided. If the left side of the arm is hooked to the spring and the right side slips around a slot in the spacer (which stayed in place when the belt broke), the right side is kinda vertical off the spacer and the left side is horizontal per the assembly drawing, this means the arm and pulley are over the top of the pulley on the motor. It also gets pulled down on the motor shaft and/or pulley by the spring. How do you route the belt on both the idler arm pulley and the motor pulley? How do you keep the idler arm and pulley from interfering with the motor shaft and pulley? I am puzzeled on how exactly to put everything back together again correctly. I wish there were better drawings out there... are there? Thanks, Mike

Mike for Model Number FDE436RBS2

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Hello, my dryer needs the front glide and felt. I plan to use the rear bearing kit, too, as long as I have the machine torn down. The machine seems to run okay, and is reasonably quiet, so I'm wondering about the likelihood of the idler assembly (131863007) having problems? That is, does the idler commonly fail--the machine is 10 years old--so I'm wondering about a preemptive strike, if necessary; if not, I would prefer not to incur the cost. Thank you for your help, and informative web site.

Bob M for Model Number Frigidaire GLGR642A

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Just replaced drum bearing assembly still have a vibration after dryer runs for about an hour need to know if theres a spacer thats suppose to be on the idler arm pully it is a LEQ6000ES2 frigidaire dryer.

Bruce T.

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I'm trying to solve a (very!) squeaky dryer problem. All research seems to indicate the need to replace the idler pulley. Is AP3886900 the part I'm looking for? Would I need anything to go along with that? Thanks so much. Barbara

Barbara for Model Number FDE546RES1

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What I meant by move was if you are looking in through the access door, does the pully move toward and away. I understand that it spins to allow the belt to spin the drum, but if you were to pull on the actually pully would it come off of the piece that runs through it? I hope this makes sense.

Jer

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Is the pulley stationary on the arm? My pulley moves toward me if I pull on it. Is it supposed to be moving like that?

Jer for Model Number Same as above

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Where does the spring attach to the back of part number AP3886900?

Mort W. for Model Number FER231A52

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