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Service manual request BOSCH Ventless Dryer WTE86300US/07 Axxis Series please

dryerservice manual Bosch Ventless Axxis

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#1 JamiedNYC

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Posted 25 June 2013 - 02:19 PM

Oh Great Samurai Master,
This humble appliance apprentice seeks the service manual for a BOSCH Dryer WTE86300US/07, which is the Ventless model in the Axxis Series. 
He has had the "authorized service" in twice in less than 4 months and a cost of over $500. The drive and and drum belts keep shredding and breaking. 
My thought is that I'll give it one more shot before dumping it, and laying out another $1200+ for a new ventless compact dryer.

My thought is that in addition that I'll replacing the rollers and the tensioning system (wheels & springs) in addition to the drive and drum belts. The OEM parts seem to be of passable quality, and I'll replace all of them - the only parts I have some trepidation about is the two Bosch belts, which seem really flimsy. I was thinking perhaps there's another way? Replace them with an aramid material belt (the stuff they use to make bulletproof vests) Any thoughts on this o' wise guru? 



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#2 Spannerwrench

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Posted 25 June 2013 - 02:25 PM

I've worked on many of these, they're really not that difficult once you get used to them. I would only use OEM parts for the repair. See section 6-11 and 6-12, if the belts are getting torn something is causing it. They might not be getting installed properly.
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Posted 25 June 2013 - 02:30 PM

Thanks!







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