Model #NDE7800AYW AMANA Residential Dryer

  • Control Panel
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  • Door, Front, Access & Top Panels
    3 Results
  • Motor & Fan
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  • Cabinet & Base
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  • Front Bulkhead, Air Duct & Cylinder
    3 Results
  • Rear Blkhd, Air Duct, Roller&htr (ele)
    3 Results
  • Supplemental Information
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  • Wiring Information
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  • Wiring Information (series 11)
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  • Wiring Information (series 12)
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Q:

Dryer Kit

A:

I know how concerning it is when you are having to listen to your dryer make a loud noise while it is in use. I was able to find a link that includes great information for this issue. I attached the link below. The information is specific to your model. I hope this is helpful.

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Jackie S -
July 23, 2012
A:

Hello,

I would like to assist you with your dryer. I think that the place to start is with the glides and felt pads at the front of the drum. Sears Parts Direct is a direct link to the front bulkhead parts for your dryer. Items 11 and 12 are the glides and their felt backing pads. It has been my experience that replacing these parts usually stops the issue that you have described. I suggest opening up the dryer and inspecting it prior to ordering the parts. It is unlikely that the belt or rear rollers are worn out, you may need to clean the rollers due to debris, but they are pretty robust.

Please let me know if you would like any further assistance.

Jerry C

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Jerry C -
Sears Technician
July 24, 2012
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Q:

How is belt routed around the motor and idler?

A:

I added a image below with the belt routing.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
May 06, 2009
Q:

Why does my Amana electric dryer squeak during start-up and intermittently during the cycle?

A:

The squeaking could be caused by the wheel on the idler pulley or a drum support roller. In order to find the source of the squeak, you would need to partially disassemble the dryer. Unplug the dryer before accessing internal components. The first image below shows how to remove the bottom front service panel. Remove the screws at the bottom of this panel and then pull the panel out and down to release the panel. With this panel pulled off, you may be able to determine whether the idler pulley is causing your squeak. Manually turn the drum to try and reproduce the squeak.

Further disassembly is complicated on this type of dryer. If you are able to determine the source of the squeak and think that you can fix it yourself, resubmit your question with additional details if you need more help. If you are not able to determine the source of the squeak, I recommend calling a service technician to fix the dryer.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician

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