Model #LDG6914AAE Maytag laundry (26)

  • Control Panel (lde6914ace) (lde6914acl) (ldg6914aae) (ldg6914aal)
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  • Control Panel (lde6914acm & Ldg6914aam) (lde6914acm) (ldg6914aam)
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  • Cabinet-front (lde6914ace) (lde6914acl) (ldg6914aae) (ldg6914aal)
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  • Cabinet-front (lde6914acm & Ldg6914aam) (lde6914acm) (ldg6914aam)
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  • Door (lde6914ace) (lde6914acl) (ldg6914aae) (ldg6914aal)
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  • Door (lde6914acm & Ldg6914aam) (lde6914acm) (ldg6914aam)
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  • Cabinet-rear (lde6914ace) (lde6914acl) (ldg6914aae) (ldg6914aal)
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  • Cabinet-rear (lde6914acm & Ldg6914aam) (lde6914acm) (ldg6914aam)
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  • Tumbler (lde6914ace) (lde6914acl) (ldg6914aae) (ldg6914aal)
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  • Tumbler (lde6914acm & Ldg6914aam) (lde6914acm) (ldg6914aam)
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  • Heater (lde6914ace) (lde6914acl)
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  • Heater (lde6914acm)
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  • Gas Valve (ldg6914aae) (ldg6914aal)
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  • Gas Valve (ldg6914aam)
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  • Motor Drive (lde6914ace) (lde6914acl) (ldg6914aae) (ldg6914aal)
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  • Motor Drive (lde6914acm & Ldg6914aam) (lde6914acm) (ldg6914aam)
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  • Ducting (lde6914acm) (ldg6914aam)
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  • Wiring Information-lde6914 (lde6914ace) (lde6914acl) (lde6914acm)
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  • Wiring Information-ldg6914 (ldg6914aae) (ldg6914aal) (ldg6914aam)
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Question and Answers

Q:

I have a sears maytag LDG6914AAE dryer. A very loud rumbling noise is heard when the clothes are tumbling. I am assumning that it is belts and or bearings.

A:

Thank you for your question and I understand your concern. The rumbling noise could be caused by a loose/worn out blower wheel (key#4), worn out drum support rollers (key#21) or a worn out idler pulley (key#26). Reference the key numbers in the image below.

The first thing I would check is the blower wheel (key#4). In order to access the blower wheel, drum and support rollers you will need to remove the front panel.

First, Disconnect the power cord from the power source.

  • Remove the two Phillips head screws located near the bottom of the front panel.
  • Tilt the bottom of the front outwards and then pull the panel down to disengage the top.
  • Remove the blower wheel cover. (key#13)
  • Check and make sure the blower wheel is firmly attached to the motor shaft. If the blower wheel is fitting loose, the blower will make all kinds of noises.

There is no kit as per say.

If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services .

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
November 23, 2010

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