Belt felt seal assembly
Christopher P. • Elgin, SC • November 01, 2014
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Removed front wall of dryer, disconnected electrical from wall(first thing). Disconnect front door switch, remove tub, remove felt, clean, used compressed air to blow out all dust from heater assembly. Used compressed air to blow out all lint catch line parts. Used electrical contact cleaner to clean all electrical connections where dust and lint had gathered. Installed new felt pad by first applying high temp adhesive, let adhesive set about a minute or so, install felt. Let sit for about an hour, install new belt and reattach tub. Let sit for a couple of hours to ensure adhesive was fully dry.
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