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Models starting with DLE3777W

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PARTS ASSEMBLY, SVC (2 Pack) – Part Number: AGM75510755
PARTS ASSEMBLY, SVC (2 Pack)
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PartSelect #: PS16763594
Manufacturer #: AGM75510755
The drum roller for your dryer holds the drum in place while the drum turns on the support wheels. The drum roller is round with a bearing in the middle and measures approximately 3 inches in diameter...
$163.39
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Dryer Lint Filter – Part Number: 5231EL1003B
Dryer Lint Filter
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PartSelect #: PS3527578
Manufacturer #: 5231EL1003B
This part has the felt strip and is used to collect lint as it passes through the dryer vent. The lint filter in your dryer is used to collect lint as it passes through the dryer vent. If you notice t...
$84.67
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Thermal Fuse – Part Number: 6931EL3003D
Thermal Fuse
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PartSelect #: PS3530485
Manufacturer #: 6931EL3003D
It is used in dryers.
$51.93
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Moisture Sensor – Part Number: 6500EL3001A
Moisture Sensor
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PartSelect #: PS3529161
Manufacturer #: 6500EL3001A
$28.41
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Dryer Drum Belt – Part Number: 4400EL2001F
Dryer Drum Belt
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PartSelect #: PS11705916
Manufacturer #: 4400EL2001F
This belt helps rotate from the drive motor to the drum.
$81.30
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High Limit Thermostat and Thermistor Kit – Part Number: AGM30045804
High Limit Thermostat and Thermistor Kit
PartSelect #: PS16878105
Manufacturer #: AGM30045804
This thermistor is used in dryer
$114.11
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Dryer Thermistor – Part Number: 6323EL2001B
Dryer Thermistor
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PartSelect #: PS3529026
Manufacturer #: 6323EL2001B
This thermistor is used in dryer
$43.85
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Lint Filter Guide Cover – Part Number: 3550EL1006B
Lint Filter Guide Cover
PartSelect #: PS3519694
Manufacturer #: 3550EL1006B
$62.16
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Felt Seal – Part Number: 4036EL3001A
Felt Seal
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PartSelect #: PS3522851
Manufacturer #: 4036EL3001A
$61.79
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Blower Thermostat – Part Number: 6931EL3002M
Blower Thermostat
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PartSelect #: PS8747887
Manufacturer #: 6931EL3002M
$58.57
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Thermostat Assembly – Part Number: 6931EL3001E
Thermostat Assembly
PartSelect #: PS3530481
Manufacturer #: 6931EL3001E
The high limit thermostat on your dyer prevents your dryer from overheating. When the dryer heats up too much, the high limit thermostat will sense it and automatically shut off the heating element. I...
$62.16
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Pulley,Idle – Part Number: 4560EL3001A
Pulley,Idle
PartSelect #: PS3523032
Manufacturer #: 4560EL3001A
$44.79
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Dryer making a thumping and squealing noise when running
Had to replace front drum support rollers. Removed screws underneath top in back that held bracket that keeps top in place. Slid top towards rear and lifted up. Removed 4 screws that hold plastic front panel in place (inside..2 on each corner) Unplugged front panel electric plugs to remove panel. Opened door..removed 2 screws at bottom of door opening. Removed screws on top of front panel. Unplugged door switch plug. Removed front panel. Removed right front roller with 9/16th wrench for nut. Adjustable for back of stud. Lifted up on drum to get roller out. Reversed to install. Left roller a bit harder to get to stud. Removed and installed same as right side. Did not attempt to replace rear rollers. Have them if needed but very much more involved to replace.
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PARTS ASSEMBLY, SVC (2 Pack)
  • Mark from WAVERLY, OH
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers, Wrench (Adjustable), Wrench set
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Dryer would run with no heat
I actually went to mr fix it on u tube. Great instruction on how to take dryer apart. First I unplugged the dryer. I found I could reach the heating system by removing the lint tube in the back of the dryer. I put my I phone with the light on inside the back of the dryer and tested the connections to see if all were working. The thermal fuse was not working. I removed the two wires , red on top and white on the bottom. Then used a small Phillips screwdriver to remove the two mounting screws and removed the fuse. I then used a vacuum to clear any lint from the back of the dryer and inside the dryer. This took me about an hour and a half. I did it this way because I did not want to disassemble the entire dryer to get to the components. I received the fuse in 3 days and tested it. It was fine. I then put it in the dryer screwed it in place, connected the wires. Replaced the lint tube. This took about 10 minutes. Dryer is running great.
Parts Used:
Thermal Fuse
  • Richard from ORMOND BEACH, FL
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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Screeching during operation
Found disassembly video and watched several times. Suspected that one of the drum wheels had seized up. Found extreme volume of lint and hair inside unit as well as a dryer sheet melted on top of heating unit. Front left drum wheel was worn down from lint and hair jamming its movement. Video made it easy, not a really complicated piece of machinery. Replaced all 4 wheels due to normal wear on other three. Wanted to be sure drum evenly balanced on all 4. Parts came quickly and were easy to install. My sister and I did this together. Would not recommend doing it alone. Took time to vac and wipe down entire unit. Now it runs so quiet we have to look to see if it is operating. Got a brand new machine out of it, saved a couple of hundred dollars in repair bills, and found 11 cents inside the machine. For your own piece of mind, if you have had your dryer for several years, you need to open it up and clean it out. Its not hard... added note, we are both in our 60's... so if we can do it so can you.... Such a feeling of accomplishment, can't buy that in a store....
Parts Used:
PARTS ASSEMBLY, SVC (2 Pack)
  • CAROL from NAMPA, ID
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    More than 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers
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