Dryer drum support roller. If the dryer is making a rumbling or knocking noise the rollers may be worn out causing the drum not to turn smoothly.
Dryer lint filter. Air flow is vital to proper dryer operation. The lint filter should be cleaned before every load and replaced if damaged.
Dryer door catch. If the dryer door does not latch closed then the door strike or this catch is likely damaged.
Dryer moisture sensor bar. This moisture sensor monitors the clothing’s moisture level and sends a signal to the control board when the clothes are dry. If your moisture sensor is defective, the dryer may shut off too early or continue running for a while after the clothes are dry. Two required.
Dryer heating element. If the dryer no longer heats then the heating element may have failed, but it is not the most common cause. The most common cause for a dryer to stop heating is a blown thermal fuse.
Dryer thermistor. This thermistor should read approximately 11.9K Ohms of resistance at 70 degrees Fahrenheit (21’ Celsius). If the thermistor is defective, it may prolong or shorten the drying time or cause a fault code. A defective thermistor is not responsible for a dryer not heating.
White touch-up paint. .6 oz.
Dryer idler wheel and bracket assembly. Provides tension to the dryer drum belt.
Dryer tri-ring retainer for drum support rollers.
Dryer thermal fuse (or thermal limiter). This fuse is located on the exhaust duct. If the dryer overheats, the thermal fuse opens to cut off power to the dryer. The thermal fuse cannot be reset--if the thermal fuse is open, it must be replaced.
Dryer drum seal
Light bulb, 10 watt. Small screw in base
Heating element wire connector kit for electric dryers. If the wire & connector at the dryer heating element is bad this wire connector kit can be used to repair it.
Spray paint, white, 12 ounces