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ELECTROLUX MAJOR APPLIANCES OF NORTH AMERICA
SERVICE MANUAL
5.75 Cu. Ft. Dryer
Gas & Electric
6000 and 7000
Models
White-Westinghouse
5995456869
April 2006
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  • Page 1 ELECTROLUX MAJOR APPLIANCES OF NORTH AMERICA SERVICE MANUAL 5.75 Cu. Ft. Dryer Gas & Electric 6000 and 7000 Models White-Westinghouse 5995456869 April 2006...
  • Page 2: Safe Servicing Practices

    Electrolux Home Products cannot be responsible, nor assume any liability, for injury or damage of any kind arising from the use of this manual.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    SAFE SERVICING PRACTICES QUICK REFERENCE SHEET Serial nameplate location Serial number breakdown Tech sheet location Function test sequence Specification Component resistance chart Sample wiring diagram for electric models Sample wiring diagram for gas models SECTION A - OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Before operating your dryer Operating Steps Cycle Selection Auto Dry...
  • Page 4 What To Do If You Smell Gas Pre-installation Requirements Tools And Materials Required For Installation Electrical Requirements Electric Dryers Gas Dryers Exhaust System Requirements Exhaust Directions Exhaust Duct Locating Dimensions Location Of Your Dryer Do Not Install Your Dryer Installation In A Recess Or Closet Minimum Installation Clearances This Dryer Must Be Exhausted Outdoors Dryer Installation Dimensions...
  • Page 5 Electrical Operation (Gas Dryers Models) Electronic Control Board Circuits Drive Motor Circuit Temperature Sensing Circuit The Heating Circuit Drying Time SECTION F - TROUBLESHOOTING Reading Error Codes Failure Code Chart Troubleshooting Flow Charts Index Electric Dryer Completely Inoperative Gas Dryer Completely Inoperative Electric And Gas Dryers;...
  • Page 6 Removing The Control Thermistor Removing The Blower Housing And Fan Blade Removing The Idler Pulley Removing The Idler Pulley Assembly Removing The Drive Motor Removing The Burner (Gas Dryers) Removing The Ignitor (Gas Dryers) Removing The Gas Valve Assembly (Gas Dryers) Removing The Gas Valve Coils (Gas Dryers) Removing The Sensor (Gas Dryers) Removing The Combustion Chamber (Gas Dryers)
  • Page 7: Quick Reference Sheet

    QUICK REFERENCE SHEET 1. Serial nameplate location: on the front panel at the left side of the dryer door opening. 2. Serial number breakdown. X D 6 0 4 0 2 2 4 7 Incremented unit number Production week Last digit of production year Product identification Manufacturing Facility 3.
  • Page 8: Function Test Sequence

    FUNCTION TEST SEQUENCE 1. Press and hold Select and Cancel buttons simultaneously for 6 seconds to reset the control. The buzzer will sound 1 time and “rES” will be shown briefly in the display. 2. Immediately after, rotate cycle selector knob 5 turns counterclockwise to the second position from the bottom. Press and hold the Options and Cancel buttons simultaneously for 2 seconds.
  • Page 9: Specification

    QUICK REFERENCE SHEET SPECIFICATION ELECTRIC MODELS GAS MODELS Electrical Volts 120/208 or 120/240 120/208 or 120/240 Amps (circuit) Motor wattage 160-350 Watts 160-350 Watts Heat input (Watts @ 240 VAC) 3200/4500 Heat input (BTU/Hr.) 20,000 Auto. Elec. Ignition Drum Size (Cu. Ft.) 5.75 5.75 Finish...
  • Page 10: Component Resistance Chart

    QUICK REFERENCE SHEET Gas Models Component Resistances* Electric Models Drive motor (120 volt, 60 Hz, 1/4 h.p. 1725 rpm) 4.5 Ohms Motor Start Winding 4.5 Ohms 3.8 Ohms Motor Run Winding 3.8 Ohms Heating Element 12.8 Ohms 50K Ohms Control Thermistor 50K Ohms +/- 5% @ 77°...
  • Page 11: Sample Wiring Diagram For Electric Models

    SAMPLE WIRING DIAGRAM FOR ELECTRIC MODELS CAUTION: DISCONNECT ELECTRIC CURRENT BEFORE SERVICING. LABELALL WIRES PRIOR TO DISCONNECTION WHEN SERVICING CONTROLS. WIRING ERRORS CAN CAUSE IMPROPER AND DANGEROUS OPERATION. VERIFY PROPER OPERATION AFTER SERVICING.
  • Page 12: Sample Wiring Diagram For Gas Models

    SAMPLE WIRING DIAGRAM FOR GAS MODELS CAUTION: DISCONNECT ELECTRIC CURRENT BEFORE SERVICING. LABELALL WIRES PRIOR TO DISCONNECTION WHEN SERVICING CONTROLS. WIRING ERRORS CAN CAUSE IMPROPER AND DANGEROUS OPERATION. VERIFY PROPER OPERATION AFTER SERVICING. 120VAC CABINET J2-8 WHITE CONTACT ELECTRONIC SENSOR CONTROL BOARD J2-7...
  • Page 13: Section A - Operating Instructions

    SECTION A - OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Towels Maximum Heavy Duty High More Dry Medium Normal Normal Shrink Guard Drying Less Dry Extended Tumble Cool Down Perm Press Air Fluff/ Damp Dry Signal Volume Extended Delicates Tumble No Heat Touch Up Select Cancel Timed Dry Temperature...
  • Page 14: Towels

    the selected temperature to the desired dryness level. To avoid fire hazard, do not use heat to dry items containing feathers or down, foam The dryer uses sensing bars to sense the moisture level rubber, plastic, or similarly textured, rubber-like of the load as it tumbles through heated air.
  • Page 15: Options

    Occasionally a load may seem too damp or over-dried Status Lights at the end of the cycle. To increase drying time for similar loads in the future, select More Dry. For loads requiring The following indicators may be lighted during the cycle: less drying time, select Less Dry.
  • Page 16: Errer Code Chart

    ERROR CODE CHART If the dryer stops, the status lights flash, the signal beeps and a code is displayed, an error has occurred. Press CANCEL. Consult the Error Code Chart below or the “Avoid Service Checklist” in the Owner’s Guide for the possible cause and solution.
  • Page 17: Dryer Setting Chart

    DRYER SETTINGS CHART AVAILABLE CYCLE SETTINGS - These temperatures, dryness levels and options are available with the following cycles: Towels Heavy Duty Normal Perm Press Delicate Touch Up Timed Dry Estimated 50 minutes 60 minutes 45 minutes 40 minutes 20 minutes 15 minutes 15 to 90 Drying Time...
  • Page 18: Section B - Owners Guide

    SECTION B - OWNERS GUIDE manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire or explosion or to prevent property damage, personal injury or loss of life. Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
  • Page 19: Pedestal

    you what can happen if the instructions are not drying rack, always replace the lint screen when finished followed. using the drying rack. Pedestal Keep area around the exhaust opening and surrounding areas free from the accumulation of lint, A pedestal accessory, Model No. APWD15W, specifically dust and dirt.
  • Page 20 are packed in the dryer for the installer’s reference. Refer Avoid fire hazard or electrical shock. Do to INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS for detailed grounding not use an adaptor plug or extension cord or remove procedures. If the dryer is moved to a new location, have grounding prong from electrical power cord.
  • Page 21: Drying Procedures

    Drying Procedures • Place small items in a mesh bag to prevent tangling and for easy removal. • Follow the guidelines below for preparing the load for drying. • Read the Operating Instructions card for operating your specific model. • Always read and follow fabric care labels and laundry product labels.
  • Page 22: Features

    • If desired, add a dryer fabric softener sheet. 4. Close the dryer door and select the cycle, temperature,dryness level and options desired. See Operating Instructions card for your specific model information. 5. Press START to begin the cycle. • To add or remove items when the dryer is running open the door.
  • Page 23: Common Drying Problems

    Common Drying Problems Many drying problems involve poor cleaning results, poor soil and stain removal, residues of lint and scum, and fabric damage. For satisfactory drying results, follow these suggestions provided by The Soap and Detergent Association. SOLUTIONS PREVENTIVE MEASURES POSSIBLE CAUSES PROBLEM •...
  • Page 24: Care And Cleaning

    Care and Cleaning • Every18 months an authorized servicer should clean the dryer cabinet interior and exhaust duct. These areas cancollect lint and dust over time. An excessive To reduce risk of fire or serious injury to amount of lint buildup could result in inefficient drying persons or property, comply with the basic warnings and possible fire hazard.
  • Page 25: Avoid Service Checklist

    Avoid Service Before calling for service, review this list. It may save both time and expense. The list includes common occurrences that are not the result of defective workmanship or materials Checklist in this dryer. OCCURRENCE POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION Dryer does not start. Make sure the plug fits tightly in wall outlet.
  • Page 26 Avoid Service Before calling for service, review this list. It may save both time and expense. The list includes common occurrences that are not the result of defective workmanship or materials in this dryer. Checklist POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION OCCURRENCE Scratching or Foreign objects such as coins, pins, clips Always remove foreign objects from pockets chipping of the...
  • Page 27: Sample Warranty

    Sample warranty - always check FRIGIDAIRE DRYER WARRANTY warranty with product Your Frigidaire product is protected by this warranty THE CONSUMER WILL BE WARRANTY FRIGIDAIRE, THROUGH ITS AUTHORIZED SERVICERS, WILL: RESPONSIBLE FOR: PERIOD One year from original Pay all costs for repairing or replacing any parts Costs of service calls that are listed under IMPORTANT FULL ONE-YEAR WARRANTY...
  • Page 28: Section C - Installation Instructions Gas & Electric Dryer

    SECTION C - INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS GAS & ELECTRIC DRYER Before beginning installation, carefully read these instructions. This will simplify the installation and ensure the dryer is installed correctly and safely. Leave these instructions near the Dryer after installation for future reference. NOTE: The electrical service to the Dryer must conform with local codes and ordinances and the latest edition of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, or in Canada, the Canadian electrical code C22.1 part 1.
  • Page 29: Pre-Installation Requirements

    PRE-INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS GAS Dryer Tools and Materials Required for Installation: 1. Phillips head screwdriver. 2. Channel-lock adjustable pliers. 3. Carpenter's level. NEMA 10-30R NEMA 14-30R 4. Flat or straight blade screwdriver. 5. Duct tape. 6. Rigid or flexible metal 4 inch (10.2 cm) duct. Gas Dryer 7.
  • Page 30 exhaust system and create a fire hazard and restrict air MAXIMUM LENGTH flow. Restricted air flow will increase dryer times. If your of 4” (10.2 cm) Dia. Rigid Metal Duct present system is made up of plastic duct or metal foil duct, replace it with a rigid or flexible metal duct.
  • Page 31: Exhaust Directions

    higher than 0.75 inches of water column, the 1. Installation MUST conform with local codes, or in system is too restrictive and the installation is the absence of local codes, with the National Fuel unacceptable. Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1 (latest edition) Although vertical orientation of the exhaust system is 2.
  • Page 32: Minimum Installation Clearances

    4. A minimum of 120 square inches (774.2 square cm) of opening, equally divided at the top and bottom of the door, is required. Air openings are required to be unobstructed when a door is installed. A louvered door with equivalent air openings for the full length of the door is acceptable.
  • Page 33: Dryer Installation Dimensions

    Dryer Installation Dimensions Free-Standing & Under Counter 24 “ 22 3/4” Electrical supplies (60.96) (60.33) one rear of unit 5.25” (13.97) 35” (88.90) 13 1/2” 5.875” 34 “ (34.29) (14.93) 2 3/8” (86.36) Two base (6.03) To rear 29 3/4” exhaust and base (75.57)
  • Page 34: Mobile Home Installation

    MOBILE HOME INSTALLATION 1. Dryer MUST be exhausted outside (outdoors, not beneath the mobile home) using metal ducting that will not support combustion. Metal ducting must be 4 inches (10.16 cm) in diameter with no obstructions. Rigid metal duct is preferred. 2.
  • Page 35 2. Remove the two screws that secure the hinge to the 6. Remove the five screws (black arrows) and the two front panel. NOTE: Remove the bottom screw first. screws (white arrows) that attach the inner door Support the door assembly firmly before removing assembly to the outer door assembly.
  • Page 36: Electrical Installation

    9. Remove the hinge cutout plug. Rotate it and install it this manual for the proper power cord to be purchased. in the opposite side of the outer door. A U.L. approved strain relief must be installed onto power cord. If the strain relief is not attached, the cord can be pulled out of the dryer and can be cut by any movement of the cord, resulting in electrical shock.
  • Page 37: All Gas Dryer

    1. The dryer must be grounded. In the event of a 8. Tighten the strain relief nut securely so that the strain malfunction or breakdown, grounding will reduce the relief does not turn. risk of electrical shock by a path of least resistance 9.
  • Page 38: Gas Connection

    3. Remove the green neutral ground wire from the green GAS CONNECTION ground screw located above the terminal block. 1. Remove the shipping cap from gas pipe at the rear of the dryer. NOTE: DO NOT connect the dryer to L.P. gas service without converting the gas valve.
  • Page 39: Replacement Parts

    5. Run the dryer through a cycle check for proper peration. NOTE: On gas dryers, before the burner will light, it is necessary for the gas line to be bled of air. If the burner does not light within 45 seconds the first time the dryer is turned on, the safety switch will shut the burner off.
  • Page 40: Section D - Pedestal Installation Instructions

    SECTION D - Washer & Dryer 15” WASHER INSTALLATION Drawer Pedestal Installation 1. Remove the washer installation hardware from Instructions the plastic bag as shown in Picture 1. 2. Attach the rear brackets to the pedestal with four IMPORTANT: Read and save these #10 screws (2 per bracket) as shown in Picture 2.
  • Page 41 Picture 6 Picture 4 NOTE: If washer was previously installed, disconnect 5. Set the washer down onto the pedestal making sure the power cord, remove the inlet hoses from the water the washer base is behind the front brackets of the faucets and tape the drain hose to the top of the washer pedestal.
  • Page 42: Dryer Installation

    DRYER INSTALLATION 7. With the pedestal drawer open for better access, install the two #10 screws through the front brackets in the pedestal into the washer base as shown in 1. Remove the dryer installation hardware from the Picture 9. plastic bag as shown in Picture 1.
  • Page 43 4. Using two or more people, carefully lift the dryer onto 6. With the pedestal drawer open for better access, install two #10 screws through the front brackets in the the pedestal, tilting the dryer back slightly to engage pedestal into the service panel bracket of the dryer as the slots in the rear of the dryer with the tabs of the shown in Picture 15.
  • Page 44: Warranty

    6. With the pedestal drawer open for better access, 7. After closing the pedestal drawer, carefully move the install the two #10 screws through the front dryer/pedestal assembly into position. brackets in the pedestal into the service panel bracket of the dryer. NOTE: Because of the increased weight caused by the addition of the pedestal, two or more people may be required.
  • Page 45: Section E - How The Components Work

    SECTION E - HOW THE COMPONENTS WORK Clothes dryers remove moisture from clothes by pulling air, either warmed or room temperature, through the clothes while they are being tumbled by a turning drum. The moisture from the clothes is exhausted through the dryer vent system to the outside of the house.
  • Page 46: Electronic Control Board

    Electronic control board the plenum allow the air to be drawn across the heating element. In any cycle, other than Air Fluff, the heating element heats the air as it passes through. Airflow Since the moisture in the clothes is removed by air mov- ing through the drum, it is important to understand the complete air flow system.
  • Page 47: Airflow Gas Dryers

    front of the dryer. Airflow gas dryers: The airflow in gas dryers is similar to electric dryers except for the heat source and the rear of the drum. The air enters the cavity through the louvered opening in the right rear corner of the dryer. The air is pulled across the gas burner, through the burner chamber and is ducted to the rear of the drum.
  • Page 48: Restrictions

    Restrictions: Electrical Operation (Electric Dryers Models) Restrictions can occur any place in the airflow system, Note: Always refer to the wiring diagram or schematic but the most common are: with the product. 1. Installing the dryer in a small inclosed area; such as a closet without a louvered door that reduces the intake air.
  • Page 49: Drive Motor Circuit

    Drive Motor Circuit: the other end of the motor shaft to pull the air through the clothes and force it out the exhaust vent. When power is connected to the dryer, line 1 is applied Temperature Sensing Circuit: through the thermal limiter (a non-resettable fuse mounted on the rear wall of the dryer) to the COM.
  • Page 50: Drying Time

    The high limit thermostat is a safety device that prevents Electrical Operation (Gas Dryers Models) the dryer from overheating if the contacts of the RL 2 fail Note: closed. The contacts of the high limit thermostat, Always refer to the wiring diagram or schematic normally closed and are set to open at a temperature with the product.
  • Page 51: Drive Motor Circuit

    The electronic control board reads the resistance of the Drive Motor Circuit: thermistor and converts it into temperature. The electronic control compares the reading from the thermistor to the When power is connected to the dryer, line 1 is applied to the COM terminal of the door switch.
  • Page 52: Drying Time

    first solenoid remains open when the current through the booster coil is reduced. The reduction of current flow through the igniter reduces heat from the igniter but the sensor contacts are held open by the heat of the burner flame. Drying Time: The amount of drying time is determined in one of two ways: 1) A fixed amount of drying time may be set by...
  • Page 53: Section F - Troubleshooting

    SECTION F - TROUBLESHOOTING READING ERROR CODES Troubleshoot problem by using chart below. 1. Press and hold the Select and Cancel buttons To move on to the next code, press the Options button. simultaneously for 6 seconds to reset control. The buzzer will sound 1 time and “rES”...
  • Page 54 Failure code chart Failure code Fault condition Action The drying time has exceeded program Press Pause Cancel and SELECT buttons for time for cycle. 6 seconds to exit test modes. Position cycle selector to NORMAL, temperature selector to HIGH HEAT and touch START. Check for any thing that would extend dry times such as: no heat, restricted vent, blower fan blade broken or loose, dryer installed in closet with solid door,...
  • Page 55: Troubleshooting Flow Charts Index

    TROUBLESHOOTING FLOW CHARTS NOTE: Always check the wiring and pin/plug connectors before replacing any component. NOTE: If a fault code is displayed the dryer will not operate. Refer to page 8 for information on fault codes. Electric dryer completely inoperative. Gas dryer completely inoperative.
  • Page 56: Electric Dryer Completely Inoperative

    Electric dryer completely inoperative. Note: Always check wiring to the components. Note: If a fault code is displayed, the dryer will not operate. Dryer completely inoperative. Does the control beep or the LED flash when the start button is pushed.? Yes.
  • Page 57: Gas Dryer Completely Inoperative

    Gas dryer completely inoperative. Note: Always check wiring to the components. Note: If a fault code is displayed, the dryer will not operate. Dryer completely inoperative. Does the control beep or the LED flash when the start button is pushed.? Yes.
  • Page 58: Electric And Gas Dryers; Blower Motor Runs But Drum Does Not Turn

    Electric and Gas dryers; blower motor runs but drum does not turn. Note: Always check wiring to the components. Drive motor runs but drum does not turn. Belt broken or off pulley. Electric and Gas dryers; longer than normal drying times. (Possible E 4A) Note: Always check wiring to the components.
  • Page 59: Electric Dryer Not Heating Properly

    Electric dryers not heating properly (Possible E 5b) Note: Always check wiring to the components. Electric dryer not heating properly. Program the dryer for a Normal Cycle with High Temp and touch Start. Measure the voltage drop between L1 and L2 at the terminal block.
  • Page 60: Gas Dryer Not Heating Properly

    Gas dryers not heating properly. (Possible E 5b) Note: Always check wiring to the components. Gas dryer not heating properly. Program the dryer for a Normal Cycle with Low Temp and touch Start. Listen to hear if the burner cycle. Burner does Burner cycle.
  • Page 61: Electric Dryers; Blower Motor Runs But Dryer Does Not Heat

    Electric dryers; drive motor runs but dryer does not heat. Note: Always check wiring to the components. Drive motor runs but dryer does not heat. Program the dryer for a Normal Cycle with High Temp and touch Start. Measure the voltage drop between the two terminals of RL 2.
  • Page 62: Gas Dryers; Blower Motor Runs But Dryer Does Not Heat

    Gas dryers; drive motor runs but dryer does not heat. Note: Always check wiring to the components. Drive motor runs but dryer does not heat. Program the dryer for a Normal Cycle with High Temp and touch Start. Measure the voltage drop between the two terminals of RL 2.
  • Page 63: Electric And Gas Dryers; Clothes Not Dry In Auto Cycle

    Gas dryers; drive motor runs but dryer does not heat. Note: Always check wiring to the components. Clothes not drying in the auto cycle. Tested good. Using the function tests, do the 3 o’clock test. (Referrer to pages 8) Checked at the dryer is level or slightly Failed test.
  • Page 64: Electric And Gas Dryers; Selector Leds Do Not Light

    Electric and Gas dryers; selector LEDs do not light. Note: Always check wiring to the components. Selector LEDs do not light. Yes. Do any of the LEDs light Defective interface board. Defective Check the wiring harness between harness. the control board and the interface board.
  • Page 65: Section G - Teardown

    and (2) screws In the rear. SECTION G - TEARDOWN This section will describe how to remove components from both gas and electric dryers. Unless stated, the procedure will be the same on all dryers. Unless stated, reverse the procedure to reinstall the component. Always remove electrical power from the dryer when working in an area where electrical power is present.
  • Page 66: Removing The Control Board

    2. Release the two locking tabs and roll the cover off of 3. Disconnect the wiring from the control board and lift the control. the console off. Removing the interface board: 1. Disconnect dryer from the electrical supply and remove the control board. 2.
  • Page 67: Removing The Button Spring

    Removing the button spring: Removing the loading door: 1. Disconnect dryer from the electrical supply and Note: To remove the two screws holding the remove the control board. hinge of the door to the front panel, use a small ratchet with a #2 square bit or a 2.
  • Page 68: Disassembling The Loading Door

    Disassembling the loading door: 3. With the frame removed, lit the outer lens out. 1. Remove the (7) screws that attach the inner door assembly to the outer door assembly. Lift the inner door assembly out of the outer door assembly. 4.
  • Page 69: Removing The Catch Plate

    6. To remove the door strike, squeeze the rear of the To remove the inner door glass, remove the (2) strike with a pair of pliers and push the strike out the tamperproof screws one at each end of the glass front of the inner door liner.
  • Page 70: Removing The Door Switch

    Removing the front panel: 2. Use a pair of pliers and push the catch forward until the two metal prongs on the catch hits the catch plate. 1. Disconnect the dryer from electrical supply and remove the console. 2. Remove the (2) screws, one on each side, at the bottom holding the front panel to the bodysides.
  • Page 71: Replacing The Sensor Bars

    4. Pull out on the bottom of the front panel to release 3. Remove the (2) screws holding the vent grill to the the spring loaded tabs. front panel. 4. Pull the grill into the drum and disconnect the wires. 5.
  • Page 72: Replacing The Drum Light Bulb

    Replacing the drum light bulb: 2. Remove the top and disconnect the wires from the light socket. 1. Open the dryer door, release the clip holding the 3. Remove the light bulb, squeeze the tabs on the side light shield by pushing up, and unscrew the 7 watt of the socket and push the socket into the housing.
  • Page 73: Removing The Rear Access Panel

    3. The foam seal, glued to front panel duct, provides a 2. Push the idler pulley to the right and slip the belt off seal between the front panel duct and the blower. the motor pulley. 4. To replace the seal, pull the old seal off and glue the replacement to the duct.
  • Page 74: Removing The Belt

    Removing the ball hitch from the drum: 4. Using the belt to raise rear of the drum, release the ball from the hitch and move the drum out the front. 1. Disconnect the dryer from electrical supply and remove the drum. 2.
  • Page 75: Removing The Hitch

    Removing the high limit thermostat: 2. Remove the (3) screws holding the shield to the rear of the drum. 1. Disconnect the dryer from electrical supply and remove the top panel. 2. Disconnect the (2) wires and remove the (2) screws holding thermostat to the heating element assembly.
  • Page 76: Removing The Control Thermistor

    3. Remove the high limit thermostat. 2. Disconnect the wires from the thermistor and remove the (2) screws holding the thermistor to the blower housing. 4. From the rear of the dryer, remove the (4) screws Removing the blower housing and fan securing the heating element assembly to the rear blade: of the cabinet.
  • Page 77: Removing The Idler Pulley

    4. Remove (2) screws holding the housing to the dryer 2. Release the belt from the motor pulley, remove the base. “C” clip from the shaft and slide the idler pulley off. Removing the idler pulley assembly: 5. Remove the front motor lock by inserting a screwdriver at the rear of the housing to release the housing from the motor.
  • Page 78: Removing The Burner (Gas Dryers)

    Removing the ignitor: (Gas dryers) 4. Release the front motor lock from the blower housing. 1. Disconnect the dryer from electrical supply and 5. Release the spring clip holding down on the rear of unplug the igniter harness. the motor and lift the motor out. Spring Clip 2.
  • Page 79: Removing The Gas Valve Coils (Gas Dryers)

    Removing the gas valve coils: (Gas dryers) 3. Using a 15/16” open end wrench, disconnect the manifold pipe from the valve. 1. Disconnect the dryer from electrical supply and remove the front panel. 2. Disconnect the wires from the coils, remove the (2) screws holding the coil bracket to the valve base and lift the coils off.
  • Page 80: Removing The Duct And Heat Shield (Gas Dryers)

    2. Remove the (2) screws holding the combustion 3. Lift the shield and duct out of the dryer and remove chamber to the base, raise the end and pull the the (3) screws holding duct to the heat shield. chamber out of the duct. Removing the duct and heat shield: (Gas dryers) 1.
  • Page 81: Removing The Vent Pipe (Gas Dryers)

    5. Remove the (2) screws holding the manifold pipe 3. Remove the vent pipe out the rear of the dryer and to the base and lift the pipe out. remove the gasket from the vent pipe. Removing the vent pipe: (Gas dryers) 4.
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