Model #32214-WHEEL KIT CRAFTSMAN Generator

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Q:

Why do my dryer support rollers keep getting torn up by the drum?

A:

I am not able to access technical information on your dryer without a model number. This information would help me see the type of rollers and drum that your dryer has. Here is some general information that may help:

  • Make sure that the dryer is level.
  • Push down on the opposing diagonal corners of the dryer to see if you get any play. If the dryer wobbles when pushing down on the opposing corners, then you will need to adjust the leveling feet to get four feet firmly on the floor with the dryer level.
  • Check for dents or bowing of the front and back cabinet panels of the dryer. This could cause the rollers to get torn up.
If these tips don't help, resubmit your question with the full model number of your dryer for more help with this problem.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 17, 2008
Q:

How to eliminate squeaking support rollers?

A:

Replace both support rollers if you are absolutely sure the squeak is coming from rollers and not the belt idler pulley. The belt idler pulley is usually the one to squeak. If the support roller shafts show wear, replace them too along with the support rollers.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
November 07, 2008
Q:

Will lubricating the support rollers in my dryer cause problems?

A:

Yes. The service technician is correct. Lubricating the support roller wheels in your dryer will cause lint to be attracted to this area. The lint will stick to the petroleum based lubricant and will continue to build up. It can eventually become a fire hazard.

These support rollers are permeated with a lubricant from the factory that will avoid attracting lint and should not need to be further lubricated.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
November 07, 2008