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    • Part Number: AP4510074
    • MFG Part Number: W10299847
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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The plastic part that attaches to the motor between the motor and the pulley burned out. This is a brand new motor I purchased in Feb, 2011. Is this common and is the motor under warranty? It also burned up the belt. How do you replace the pulley?

William S. for Model Number ler7646eq1

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How exactly do I remove Dryer Motor Pulley to add the new plastic part on?

Dryer Man for Model Number 11070842990

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If i am replacing the idler pulley, do i need to replace the plastic nut attached to the pulley motor?

Lebron J. for Model Number leq5585jq1

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Our dryer starter squeaking a couple weeks ago so we bought a the rear felt strip that goes on the drum because it looked worn out, and paint on the metal rear wall of dryer looks like it had started to rub off too. Installed but dryer still squeaks, also found plastic ring, looks like it is melted, that used to go around shaft of drive motor, is this part important and what does it do, will it help in getting rid of squeak and if not, any suggestions of where squeak may be coming from and how to get rid of it. Thanks in advance.

Ben P. for Model Number cedx463jq1

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I need to replace the motor pulley plastic guide (W10299847). How do I get the motor pulley off? Clockwise or counterclockwise? Any other tips I need to know? I am replacing the belt as well.

Debbie for Model Number LER6611LQ0

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Whirlpool part # W10299847 AP 4510077 This is a plastick pulley. It has burned out I am not sure how to install it and Is this necessary to have it? Thanks

Peter S for Model Number LG5848E

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Im trying to put on a new drive belt onto my dryer but it keeps snapping off. It looks like the small part (I think it's called a motor pulley) is not there to hold the belt in place when I turn the drum manually. Does it sound like it is the motor pulley part I need to replace? If yes, is it easy to attach to the motor?

Virginia for Model Number LGC9000PW1

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I am replacing the plastic guide piece (clear plastic part) behind the pulley-guide that is on the motor shaft. I don't want to break anything. Does the metal pulley (ribbed for the belt) come off the shaft the normal way? Counter clockwise? When I try to do it the whole motor is moving, so I want to be sure I'm doing it right before I try to really lean on it. Am I doing this right?

Marek for Model Number LGR5636EQ3

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Do you include installation instructions with my order?

Ron for Model Number 11060602990

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So far I've replaced the belt and idler pulley and everything runs fine for 2-3 minutes. Then it makes a really loud grinding sound. I think it's coming from the threaded pulley on the motor which is melted. How do I remove this since the pulley just spins in place without unscrewing off the shaft? Also, is this piece completely necessary?

Chefriley for Model Number len2000lwo

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