Introducción

Occasionally the dryer may become too loud as a result of a faulty motor. This guide details the steps taken to replace the motor. Disassembly of the device requires a special bit for removal of tamper-proof screws.

  1. To change the motor, start by removing  the metal casing. Using the special bit, remove the large screws at the bottom of the casing. To remove the case, lift the indicated spot with your hands.
    • To change the motor, start by removing the metal casing.

    • Using the special bit, remove the large screws at the bottom of the casing.

    • To remove the case, lift the indicated spot with your hands.

    • The direction for turning the screws is different than what was indicated on the small sticker above the hole.

  2. Remove the three 1/2" Ph1 screws at the bottom of the red fan cap. Turn over the device. Push the red tabs on the back of the unit with medium to heavy pressure, using a small prier.
    • Remove the three 1/2" Ph1 screws at the bottom of the red fan cap.

    • Turn over the device.

    • Push the red tabs on the back of the unit with medium to heavy pressure, using a small prier.

    • Carefully remove the cap, to prevent damage to the sensor.

  3. Remove both 3/8" Ph2 screws attached to the grey belt at the top and bottom. Lift the grey belt away. This gives access to the server board.
    • Remove both 3/8" Ph2 screws attached to the grey belt at the top and bottom.

    • Lift the grey belt away. This gives access to the server board.

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  5. Use a plastic opening tool to remove the two pink capped wires in the upper left corner of the server board.
    • Use a plastic opening tool to remove the two pink capped wires in the upper left corner of the server board.

  6. Remove the brass nut from its bolt using a 10mm wrench. Once the nut is free,  disconnect the green wire. Once the nut is free,  disconnect the green wire.
    • Remove the brass nut from its bolt using a 10mm wrench.

    • Once the nut is free, disconnect the green wire.

  7. Remove the rainbow ribbon cable using  a plastic opening tool. Remove the 1/2" Ph1 screw from the center of the circuit board. Remove the 1/2" Ph1 screw from the center of the circuit board.
    • Remove the rainbow ribbon cable using a plastic opening tool.

    • Remove the 1/2" Ph1 screw from the center of the circuit board.

  8. Remove the four 3/4" Ph2 screws from the back of the device body. Separate the motor housing from the device body. Ensure that all wires connecting the motor housing and motherboard are disconnected before removing the component.
    • Remove the four 3/4" Ph2 screws from the back of the device body.

    • Separate the motor housing from the device body.

    • Ensure that all wires connecting the motor housing and motherboard are disconnected before removing the component.

  9. Remove the four 1/2" Ph2 screws from the filter. Pull the filter plate away to reveal the motor. Pull the filter plate away to reveal the motor.
    • Remove the four 1/2" Ph2 screws from the filter.

    • Pull the filter plate away to reveal the motor.

  10. Pull the motor out of the housing. Be sure to feed the wires through the slot as you pull the motor out. Be sure to feed the wires through the slot as you pull the motor out.
    • Pull the motor out of the housing.

    • Be sure to feed the wires through the slot as you pull the motor out.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

Eli Forbes

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