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How To Replace Asko T702C Dryer Belt
23 steps
!!! Danger !!! First & foremost unplug your machine
1. !!! Danger !!! First & foremost unplug your machine
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Unscrew to remove the top panel - 3x Screws
2. Unscrew to remove the top panel - 3x Screws
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Tip #1: Create a simple system to track any screws, etc. you remove
3. Tip #1: Create a simple system to track any screws, etc. you remove
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Loosen the center nut
4. Loosen the center nut
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Put Tip #1 into practice as you begin to disassemble the dryer
5. Put Tip #1 into practice as you begin to disassemble the dryer
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Secure the drum to the front panel - tape did the trick for me!
6. Secure the drum to the front panel - tape did the trick for me!
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Tip #2: Before disconnecting any wiring, take a pic of existing set up & add tags for good measure
7. Tip #2: Before disconnecting any wiring, take a pic of existing set up & add tags for good measure
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Disconnect the back panel wiring - i.e. Pull back the white header blocks from their terminal pins
8. Disconnect the back panel wiring - i.e. Pull back the white header blocks from their terminal pins
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Finish removing the centering nut & washer along with the 8-9 outer edge screws
9. Finish removing the centering nut & washer along with the 8-9 outer edge screws
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Remove the 3 screws at the lower part of inner rear panel but don’t fully remove it yet!
10. Remove the 3 screws at the lower part of inner rear panel but don’t fully remove it yet!
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You may need to take the cable bundles out of the cable clamps or other fasteners as seen above
11. You may need to take the cable bundles out of the cable clamps or other fasteners as seen above
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You may also need to release the inner house on the right hand side from the cable clamps
12. You may also need to release the inner house on the right hand side from the cable clamps
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Game time!Carefully remove the back panel
13. Game time!Carefully remove the back panel
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Unclip and remove the “external rear fan housing suction side” ... aka that ^
14. Unclip and remove the “external rear fan housing suction side” ... aka that ^
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Unscrew the nut on the external rear fan wheel, and remove wheel
15. Unscrew the nut on the external rear fan wheel, and remove wheel
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Lift & pull the external rear fan housing motor side towards you. Be more careful than me, wires!
16. Lift & pull the external rear fan housing motor side towards you. Be more careful than me, wires!
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Here we go!! Feed the belt over the drum RIBBED SIDE DOWN agaist the drum
17. Here we go!! Feed the belt over the drum RIBBED SIDE DOWN agaist the drum
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Feed belt around the motor shaft, feel for the rough section/indent, and then up around the pulley
18. Feed belt around the motor shaft, feel for the rough section/indent, and then up around the pulley
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Tip #3 - Consider taking a break before reassembly. It gets a tad nuanced & patience is key
19. Tip #3 - Consider taking a break before reassembly. It gets a tad nuanced & patience is key
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Trace & reverse your steps! Nuance #1 Re-clamp the hose
20. Trace & reverse your steps! Nuance #1 Re-clamp the hose
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Nuance #2 - Remeber the exhaust bit that fell when I removed the panel? Carefully realign & attach!
21. Nuance #2 - Remeber the exhaust bit that fell when I removed the panel? Carefully realign & attach!
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Nuance #3 Ensure the felt/padding is correctly aligned to the drum!!
22. Nuance #3 Ensure the felt/padding is correctly aligned to the drum!!
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Test dryer with a shoe to confirm you have motion. If you don’t hear motion turn off & investigate
23. Test dryer with a shoe to confirm you have motion. If you don’t hear motion turn off & investigate
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