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Derik

Maytag Bravo dryer MGDB400VQ0 blower puller keeps coming off

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Pulley for blower keeps coming off, dryer only 2yrs old, there's no debris in blower, was out there a month ago and reassembled and it's worked fine till now! Thought it was caused by extra heavy load (rugs) but customer said she's been taking rugs to laundry mat as I suggested! Anyone had this issue??

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Found service bullentin on this pulley wasn't tightened properly from factory and need to put some lock tight on it!!! Hope this helps someone

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Good to know! Domo, Derik!

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yep seen this very often...never had one come off again with locktite

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What model # is that?

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MGB400VQ0

blink.gif My eyesight isn't as good as it once was (see RegUS_PatOff

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but from here it looks like your model number may be

MGDB400VQ0

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RegUS is correct on model sorry!!!!

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Ran into this today. Also took out the thermal on the burner housing from gas flame.

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