Model #11067851600 KENMORE Residential Dryer

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Q:

help in putting in a new part

A:

Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

Based on the part number you provided, this an actuator for the broken belt switch. Are you certain the part is broken and needs to be replaced? Did the drum belt break and cause the actuator arm to break off? The way the broken switch works in the circuit is if the drum belt breaks, the belt tensioner spring will cause the belt idler arm assembly to swing over and strike the broken belt actuator and the spring tension will apply pressure to the broken belt actuator which causes the switch to open and break the circuit to the motor and the motor will no longer operate.

If the belt is not broken, the broken belt switch and actuator is not likely the issue with your dryer. I added images below to reference in removing the motor to access the broken belt switch and actuator.

NOTE: Disconnect the power cord from the power source before servicing.  
 
I hope this is helpful. If I may be of further assistance as more details become available, please reply to this post. 
 

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
November 13, 2013
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drive belt on dryer 11067851600 Kenmore Residential dryer

A:

Thanks for the inquiry and for using SearsPartsDirect.com. I will be happy to assist with the installation of the drive belt for this model of electric dryer. I have posted some instructions below that you may follow.

Instructions


Disconnect your Kenmore residential clothes dryer from its power source.


Remove the top panel and the bottom toe panel to access the drum of your Kenmore clothes dryer. Take out the lint screen and set it aside. Unscrew and remove the two screws that hold the lint screen housing. Remove the lint screen housing and place it with the lint screen until you are ready to reassemble the dryer cabinet. Slide a flat-head screwdriver underneath the dryer's top panel until you make contact with the metal clips that hold the top panel to the rest of the dryer cabinet. Apply pressure to the clips with your screwdriver to free the top panel. Lift the top panel up and fold it back to rest against the wall. Free the bottom toe panel by applying pressure to the metal clips that hold it in place.


Examine the bottom of your Kenmore dryer's front panel to locate the two screws that secure it to the rest of the dryer cabinet. Loosen these screws; it is not necessary to remove them. Find the two corresponding screws at the top of the dryer's front panel. Remove these two screws and set them aside until your belt repair is complete. Tilt the top of the front panel toward you to make it easier for you to access the drum.


Slip the replacement belt over the drum of your Kenmore dryer, making sure that the grooved side of the belt is facing down. Move the replacement belt into the belt track with one hand while removing the old dryer belt with the other hand. Locate the idler and motor pulleys to the bottom right of the dryer cabinet; the idler pulley is the lever-like device found directly to the left of the square motor pulley assembly. Grasp the replacement belt with one hand while using your other hand to lift the idler pulley. Guide the belt through the idler pulley and wrap it around the motor pulley. Release the idler pulley to hold the new belt in place. Reach into the dryer drum and give it a counterclockwise spin to ensure that the replacement belt has been properly threaded.

Use your screwdriver to tighten the screws you loosened at the bottom of the front panel. Replace and tighten the two screws that you removed from the top of the front panel as well. Align the bottom toe panel with the dryer cabinet and apply pressure to the panel to snap it into place. Fold the top panel of your Kenmore dryer over the top of the dryer cabinet. Apply gentle downward pressure on the dryer's top panel until you hear it snap into place.

 

Hopefully this will help make a seamless install of the replacement belt. Thanks for using SearsPartsDirect.com.

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
October 30, 2013
Q:

how does the drive belt go back on 11067851600 Kenmore Residential dryer

A:

Thanks for the inquiry and for using SearsPartsDirect.com. I will be happy to assist with the installation of the drive belt for this model of electric dryer. I have posted some instructions below that you may follow.

Instructions


Disconnect your Kenmore residential clothes dryer from its power source.


Remove the top panel and the bottom toe panel to access the drum of your Kenmore clothes dryer. Take out the lint screen and set it aside. Unscrew and remove the two screws that hold the lint screen housing. Remove the lint screen housing and place it with the lint screen until you are ready to reassemble the dryer cabinet. Slide a flat-head screwdriver underneath the dryer's top panel until you make contact with the metal clips that hold the top panel to the rest of the dryer cabinet. Apply pressure to the clips with your screwdriver to free the top panel. Lift the top panel up and fold it back to rest against the wall. Free the bottom toe panel by applying pressure to the metal clips that hold it in place.


Examine the bottom of your Kenmore dryer's front panel to locate the two screws that secure it to the rest of the dryer cabinet. Loosen these screws; it is not necessary to remove them. Find the two corresponding screws at the top of the dryer's front panel. Remove these two screws and set them aside until your belt repair is complete. Tilt the top of the front panel toward you to make it easier for you to access the drum.


Slip the replacement belt over the drum of your Kenmore dryer, making sure that the grooved side of the belt is facing down. Move the replacement belt into the belt track with one hand while removing the old dryer belt with the other hand. Locate the idler and motor pulleys to the bottom right of the dryer cabinet; the idler pulley is the lever-like device found directly to the left of the square motor pulley assembly. Grasp the replacement belt with one hand while using your other hand to lift the idler pulley. Guide the belt through the idler pulley and wrap it around the motor pulley. Release the idler pulley to hold the new belt in place. Reach into the dryer drum and give it a counterclockwise spin to ensure that the replacement belt has been properly threaded.

Use your screwdriver to tighten the screws you loosened at the bottom of the front panel. Replace and tighten the two screws that you removed from the top of the front panel as well. Align the bottom toe panel with the dryer cabinet and apply pressure to the panel to snap it into place. Fold the top panel of your Kenmore dryer over the top of the dryer cabinet. Apply gentle downward pressure on the dryer's top panel until you hear it snap into place.

 

Hopefully this will help make a seamless install of the replacement belt. Thanks for using SearsPartsDirect.com.  

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
October 30, 2013

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