Can I get just the pulley off the shaft of the motor for this dryer?
Answer Hello Bob! Unfortunately, the pulley is not available separate from the motor 2200376 per the manufacture. Sorry!
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I have a admiral dryer. I replaced the belt on it and the drum tumbler is not turning. Can you please tell me what could be the problem?
Answer Frank, There are several things you have to check and ensure that they are installed correctly.Once the belt is installed, make sure the belt is properly routed around the idler and motor pulley, make sure the belt is not twisted or turned, this can cause a "bind" on the drive system. Also ensure the belt is on the flat, center portion of the tumbler If the belt is in one of the reinforncement grooves, theres not enough tension on the belt to drive the drum. It's best to install the belt, and manually turn the tumbler two or three revolutions by hand, then check for the before mentioned checks, then finish the re assembly of the dryer.
Can I purchase the starting switch for the drive motor ?
Answer Hello John. No, the switch is made into the motor. In order to replace the switch in the motor, you must replace the motor 2200376 on the unit.
I just received my order motor belt and lever idle
I installed the parts and plugged in the dryer and nothing happens.
Answer Hello Frank. Make sure the door switch and belt switch, if the unit has one, is plugged in and installed properly. Either will prevent the unit from running.
Could I buy the pulley only for this model?
Answer Hello Manny! Unfortunately, the pulley is not available separate from the motor assembly 2200376. Sorry about that!
Motor run short time and stops ?
Answer Hi. A few scenarios come to mind. Make sure there is nothing in the blower wheel. Make sure the tumbler wheels are not binding or the belt tension er is not binding as well. If all this is OK, then remove the drum and set the controls to Air Fluff only. Then test the motor to run with no applied load. Make sure the entire vent system is not kinked with the unit in its normal placement or clogged at all. Allowing the heat to back up and over load the motor part # 2200376. Is the motor fan clogged so the motor does not breath? Are the motor bearings binding and need the motor replaced? The motor overload is permanently built in with a dryer motor. When it overheats or excessive current load then it will open and not allow the motor to run (a safety issue) until it is cooled down. Thank You.