Dryer drum belt, length 88.75" x width 1/4". If the drum does not turn, but you can hear the motor running then there is a good chance the belt has broken.
Dryer rear drum bearing kit. The holes in the metal plate are not threaded. Use the self tapping screws in the kit to thread the plate. If the dryer is noisy then the rear bearing could be worn and require replacement.
Dryer door catch kit. If the dryer does not latch properly then either the strike or catch is likely damaged and will need to be replaced.
Dryer heating element and rear housing assembly. Before checking the heating element, first make sure that the thermal fuse is not defective. Normally, a heating element will have a break in the coil if defective.
Dryer thermal limiter (or thermal fuse). May be located on the blower housing or element. If the dryer overheats, the thermal fuse blows to cut off power to the dryer. If the thermal fuse has blown, the dryer won't start. The thermal fuse cannot be reset--if the fuse has blown, it must be replaced
Dryer drum glide. These drum glides help to support the front of the dryer drum as it rotates. Sold individually. It is recommended to replace both at one time.
Dryer blower housing and blower wheel assembly. If the dryer takes too long to dryer or is noisy then the blower wheel could be damaged and require replacement.
Rear bearing support cup for dryer drum. If the drum support ball is also worn you can purchase these items in a drum bearing kit. See related item.
Dryer high-limit thermostat, L260-70F. If the dryer overheats, this high-limit thermostat will cut off the power to the heating element. If the high-limit thermostat has blown, the dryer won't heat.
Dryer drum drive motor. Includes pulley for dryer drum drive belt. Other shaft has reverse threads for blower wheel. Common symptoms of a bad drive motor are:
-Dryer stops turning during cycle
-Dryer won't start
-Dryer won't turn at all
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Idler pulley assembly for dryer drum belt
Front lower felt seal. Comes with high temp adhesive for installation.
Dryer thermistor. This thermistor should read approximately 50,000 (50K) Ohms of resistance at 77 degrees Fahrenheit. *Note that it is not in the heating circuit so it likely will not be the cause of a dryer heating problem. It can however effect cycle times or cause a fault if defective.
Lint filter assembly
Strike, dryer door