Pictured to the left is the lint filter housing, remove the lint filter and both screws below the filter.

Once the filter and screws are removed proceed to the front of the dryer with a putty knife or flat head screw driver.

Place the two screws in a safe place several more screws will need to be removed to fully access the inside of the unit.

Pictured on the right is a dryers top being lifted up and back. Place a small screw driver or putty knife about three inches from both corners, there are two clips that need to be released enabling the top to be lifted.

Pictured on the left is the top being lifted, with the two clips depressed the top will lift up, when lifted the next step is to disconnect the door switch assembly.

The clip that holds the top down is pictured here on the right, using a putty knife,  push the front of the clip in and the top will lift up.

Pictured left, dryer door switch, with a small screwdriver pry the plastic harness middle section to release the wire harness.

With the top lifted and the door switch removed, the two 5/16 screws that hold the front to the cabinet will need to be removed. With the top lifted up you will be able to see the two screws in each of the front’s top corner.

Pictured to the right is one of the front panel screws, each corner has one screw, once removed the dryer front panel will lift up and off the lower panel clips.

Pictured left, dryer Idler pulley and motor.

A picture is worth a thousand words, remember the configuration of the belt, if you did not the belt configuration pictured here should help.

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