Michael D. • Cedar Rapids, IA • March 10, 2015
Appliance: Whirlpool Electric Dryer WED9200SQ0
My Repair & Advice
After watching the you tube video prepared by Appliance Parts Pros, I disassembled the machine to get to the idler arm pulley I was replacing. In order to get to that, I had to remove the trim part that was ordered here. In removing the old one, I broke off most of the cheap clips that were barely attached to it. I found out then that the only way to fix them was to pretty much get a new piece of trim. After receiving that, all I had to do was remove the top of the machine and replace the old one by gently lining up the clips with the holes on the dryer and push it in slowly.