Join Date: Nov 2007
Location: Lehighton, Pa, USA
For all you do it DIY's, this site is outstanding for doing your own home appliance repairs. I came across this in desperation trying to find parts for our propane dryer.
Having had access to the schematics and other info/parts, which not only fixed the dryer, I also found a defective paint job on the tub from the factory where the belt wrapped around it (which then rusted and caused a thumping noise).
They not only have parts, every diagram you could need, but free consults if you can't find what you need. Best source of information I have used since having to buy parts at Sears, many years ago. Total cost for the repair was less than $50, and the parts were here in two days.