Replaced my dryer belt! So easy. NEVER pay someone to do it. Found a video on youtube for my make and model. Changing the belt is also the perfect time to clean this thing out. One lesson learned, though, and I stress you should do the same. Even though I had the you tube tutorial, all dryers vary at some point and I found myself wishing I had taken a photo of the motor and pulley system BEFORE I took the broken belt off. It would have been nice to refer to
DIY Tip of the Day: Hole-Saw Drum Sander. To make a drum sander, insert a 1/4 x 3-in. bolt into a hole-saw cutout. Secure the bolt with a washer and nut. Using a hacksaw, cut a 1/4-in. deep slot in line with the bolt. Cut adhesive sandpaper so that you can slide one end into the slot, wrap the cutout, and slide the other end back into the slot. Chuck the bolt into a drill, and you have a drum sander. - E.R. Comstock.
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