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Jeff Benton

Need detailed shaft replacement procedure for Fisher&Paykel DGGX2

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I have a kit bearing Inlet (part # 479332). The instructions say to remove the bearing shaft as detailed in the service manual 517760B section 7.27. Could you provide me with those instructions?

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:whistling: Removal of Inlet Bearing Shaft see 6.27

6.1 Removal of Lid

(a) Open the lid fully, then lift off vertically.

Reassembly

(a) Refit in reverse manner, ensuring that the hinge lugs on the lid are vertical.

6.4.2 If the top deck is to be removed to gain access to other components:

(a) Follow instructions for removal of the lid. (Refer to Section 6.1)

( b ) Carefully remove the two lid buffers from front side top of the deck by levering upwards,

taking care not to damage the top deck.

Remove two screws under the buffers securing the top deck to the cabinet.

(d) Tilt the top deck upwards towards the rear.

(e) Disconnect the wiring harness from the sensor module and lift the top deck clear.

Reassembly

(a) Refit in reverse manner ensuring that the user intervention lever is in its correct position

and that the cabinet top fits between the lugs on the inside front of the top deck and the inside front edge of the top deck.

6.6 Components Within Cabinet

(a) Follow instructions for removal of the top deck. (Refer to Section 6.4.2)

( b ) Remove the two screws securing the top of the front panel.

Spread the top sides of the front panel to clear the tabs on the door grabber assembly.

(d) Pull the cabinet front forward and lift the base clear of the feet.

6.8 Removal of Door Grabber Assembly

(a) Follow general servicing instructions for components within the cabinet. (Refer to Section 6.6)

( b ) Close the drum door completely.

Disconnect the wiring from the door grabber actuator at the sensor module.

(d) Push the tabs in on the rear of the left and right hand grabber housings and lift the assembly upwards and outwards.

Reassembly

(a) Refit in reverse manner.

6.16 Removal of Drum and Chassis Assembly

(a) Follow general servicing instructions for components within the cabinet. (Refer to Section 6.6)

( b ) Follow instructions for removal of the door grabber assembly. (Refer to Section 6.8)

Remove the lid from the motor control module by pushing the clip on lid, lifting the front of the lid and sliding forward.

(d) Disconnect the earth wire from the outlet panel chassis to the base panel.

(e) Disconnect the earth wire from the motor harness to the base panel.

(f) Unplug the motor harness from the motor control module.

(g) Unplug the 6 wire communication harness from the motor control module.

(h) Lay a protective mat on the floor in front of the dryer.

(i) Pull on the front of the panel chassis to pivot the assembly out of the cabinet.

(j) Roll the assembly clear of the cabinet.

Reassembly

(a) Refit in reverse manner.

6.17 Removal of Outlet Panel Assembly

(a) Follow instructions for removal of the drum and chassis assembly. (Refer to Section 6.16)

( b ) Lay the assembly on its right hand side.

Remove the chassis panel bracket.

(d) Remove the screws holding the chassis beams to the outlet panel, 2 from the front of the outlet panel assembly (photo 1),

2 from the rear of the outlet panel assembly (photo 2)

and 2 from underneath the outlet panel assembly (photo 3).

(e) Lift the outlet panel assembly clear.

Reassembly

(a) Refit in reverse manner. Ensure that the earth wire ring terminal is refastened to the outlet panel assembly.

6.18 Removal of Outlet Duct Assembly

(a) Follow instructions for removal of the outlet panel assembly. (Refer to Section 6.17)

( b ) Remove the wiring loom plugs from the sensor module assembly.

Remove the sensor module assembly from the outlet chassis panel. (Refer to Section 6.36)

(d) Lay the outlet panel assembly down with the outlet chassis panel uppermost.

(e) Remove the eight screws from the panel.

(f) Lift the panel clear of the duct assembly.

Reassembly

(a) Refit in reverse manner.

6.24 Removal of Belt Tensioner

(a) Follow instructions for removal of the drum and chassis assembly. (Refer to Section 6.16)

( b ) Remove the belt tensioner assembly by pushing against the spring tension and unclipping from the rear chassis beam.

A screwdriver can be used to unclip it by putting the blade through the slot and levering against the beam.

6.25 Removal of Inlet Panel Assembly

(a) Follow instructions for removal of the drum and chassis assembly. (Refer to Section 6.16)

( b ) Manually open the drum door.

Remove the drum inlet bearing. (Refer to Section 6.28)

(d) Lay the assembly on its left hand side.

(e) Remove the belt tensioner. (Refer to Section 6.24)

(f) Remove the chassis panel bracket.

(g) Remove the screws holding the chassis beams to the inlet panel,

2 from the front of the inlet panel assembly (photo 1),

2 from the rear of the inlet panel assembly (photo 2)

and 2 from underneath the inlet panel assembly (photo 3).

(h) Lift the inlet panel assembly clear.Reassembly

(a) Refit in reverse manner. Do not over-tighten the screw securing the drum inlet cap.

Tighten to 7 newton metres (1.5 foot pounds).

6.27 Removal of Inlet Bearing Shaft

(a) Follow instructions for removal of the inlet panel assembly. (Refer to Section 6.25)

( b ) With a deep bore 22mm (7/8”) socket, unscrew the inlet bearing shaft and remove.

Reassembly

(a) Refit in reverse manner.

Before refitting the inlet bearing shaft, ensure that the inlet bearing spacer is in position

on the bolt between the inlet duct front panel and the inlet duct back panel.

Tighten to a torque of 20 newton metres (15 foot pounds).

6.28 Removal of Drum Inlet Bearing

(a) Lift the lid./

( b ) Remove the drum inlet bearing cap by unscrewing with a M5 or 3/16” Allen key.

Remove the 5 screws securing the bearing retainer to the drum and remove the retainer.

(d) While lifting the drum slightly, slide the bearing and housing off the shaft.

Reassembly

(a) Refit in reverse manner.

Ensure that the bearing housing is orientated so that the rivet heads sit in the clearance holes.

Lift the drum upwards while sliding the bearing onto the shaft.

Do not overtighten the screw securing the drum inlet cap.

Tighten to 10 newton metres (7 foot pounds).

6.36 Removal of Sensor Module

(a) Follow instructions for removal of the top deck. (Refer to Section 6.4.2)

( b ) Unplug the wiring connectors from the module.

Push in the tabs on the sides of the sensor module and slide it upwards.

Reassembly

(a) Refit in reverse manner.

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