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    • Part Number: AP2042531
    • MFG Part Number: WE3X75
    • Made by: GE
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I ordered your bearing for the rear drum part WE 3x75. I was very pleased but am confused. Videos I watched said to replace the o-ring on the end of the shaft. Your order enclosed a slip of paper that said it was not necessary to replace the retaining ring on the the end of the shaft. There was no ring of any kind when I took my dryer apart. Do I need to purchase one and if so can I purchase it from you?

Richard for Model Number DDE7200SBLWW

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I have disassembled the drum and unscrewed the three screws at the back of the drum to inspect the bearing. It does need to be replaced. I am trying to re-attach the drum to the bearing with the three screws and cannot get the holes is the drum/shim plate/heat shield/bearing to align so that I can put the screws back in. Could you describe the procedure for this re-assembly?

Midwest Repairer for Model Number Hotpoint DLB2650B

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I was trying to take the motor out of a Whirlpool Quiet Dry Dryer and used the 13/16 wrench on one end and 7/16 wrench on the other just as you recommended. The shaft that I needed to unscrew the motor from just fell apart like it was made of cheese. Now it's totally stripped and I can't get the motor off to replace it. A 10 minute job turned into a frustrating delay. Do I have to cut the motor off and replace the plastic blower?

John

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I purchased the rear drum bearing kit. How is the ground strap attached to the bearing. The kit came with a sheet of paper that shows the ground strap but it is not clear at all, it has a very poor picture.

Steve for Model Number njlr473et0wb

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GE dryer works fine but makes a terrible squeaking noise. For some loads there will be no noise and others a terrible high pitch shrill. Anything in particular I should be looking for when I take it apart to as certain if its the rear bearing or the bearing slide?

Karina for Model Number dcxr463eaoww

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My dryer works fine, but when it's on it makes a very loud screeching sound. I was told it needs new pads. What part is this?

Ten for Model Number DVL223EB1WW

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I have a Frigidaire dryer, and used "Liquid Wrench high temperature disc & drum brake wheel bearing grease, to lubricate the rear bearing and seat cup on the back of the dryer drum. The grease has a dropping point of 500 degrees F. Will using this grease cause a problem?

Tom for Model Number Feq332eso

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My dryer suddenly started making horrible noises while running, and then quit starting completely. I took off the back access panel to release the C clamp and remove the drum, and there was shredded material sticking out around the end of the shaft. I took the drum completely out and the bushing that was on the shaft practically fell right off because it is half gone. I think this is the part I need to replace, judging from the diagram, but the picture of the part doesn't look like the half that still exists. Is this part about an inch long and slides onto the shaft? Or is my part so destroyed that what's left looks nothing like it started out? I just want some assurance that I'm ordering the right thing. Thanks!

Elizabeth for Model Number GE DDE7500GAL

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Where is the rear drum c-clip located pertaining to the bearing?

Alex J. for Model Number nvlr333etowb

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What is a c-clip?

Charlie for Model Number nvlr333etowb

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