Would any model number will match the pulley I have?
Answer Hello Shannon. 349241T are the correct pulleys for the model number you provided.
Is it worth fixing a gas dryer that is at least 20 years old? I am certain it needs rear drum support rollers replaced.
Answer Hello! The rear drum rollers are part number 349241T. I would suggest viewing the parts cost and factor in replacement and repair history of your current dryer vs the cost of new dryers to determine if you believe it would be best to repair and/or replace your appliance. Thanks.
I have replaced drum rollers and drum glides and felt. Still makes screech when first starting and in cool down. Belt looks good, no fraying. I assume all that is left is idler pulley and drum support shafts? What would you start with? And do you sell kit with everything in it?
Answer Hello Frank,
I would replace the drum rollers and the idler pulley since the life of each is comparable. This would prevent having to tear the unit down again to replace them later. The way to figure out which is giving the most trouble right now is to remove the drum and spin the wheels by hand. The failing one will oppose rotation.
There are 2 rollers in the clothes dryer. I need to know if the price of $18.49 is for each roller or is it sold by the pair?
The rear drum support roller kit 349241T comes with 2 rollers for the unit as you want to replace both rollers at the same time.
am replacing rear drum rollers. have noticed that the original rollers were lubricated, with bearings? I note that the replacement rollers do not appear to be the exposed, lubricated kind? should i lubricate with the auto type white grease or leave alone. Also for what its worth, the left roller was binding, but there was no evidence of scaring. of any kind on the shaft. Are the left and right shafts the same diameter?
Answer Hello Fxworth76,
I was taught to never lubricate anything inside a dryer because lint would stick to the lubrication and cause the bearing to fail faster than if it were never lubricated. The bearings are impregnated with a dry lubricant that lubricates the bearing as it wears. Of course if there is any residue on the roller shafts you should clean them with rubbing alcohol. The residue is normally from the softener sheets and will cause binding of the bearings when heated up.