First time working on this Slovenian piece of engendering.
Costumer complaint unit started smoking and they shut it down.
Found the front felt seal out of place and the drum jammed.
The motor shaft had burned through the drive belt. Hence the smoking.
This unit is not front serviceable and the install was part of the four plus hour working on this unit.
Washer installed in a small closet in the bathroom 18” off the floor , dryer stacked on top.
This closet was built a foot away from the toilet.
After unstacking and removing 40 plus screws ( not an exaggeration )
I removed the top, both side panels , fan-heater cover and removed enough screws on the front cover to
be able to replace the front felt seal.
There is no belt tensioner on this one.
Fed the new belt over the fan in the back undid the bolt on the rear bearing and slipped it over the backside.
Not easily done as the belt seems under sized.
Did a test run with the dryer on the toilet seat. The belt runs on grooves between the motor and the fan.
Now the metal fan at the end of the motor shaft is scraping on the sheet metal on the back of the unit.
I had to adjust the fan blades for clearance.
With the top off I could see the belt had moved back to the edge of the drum where it had been running before.
Problem is the grooved belt no longer running in the grooves on the motor output shaft.
I think I have to go back and move the motor shaft one inch to the rear to line up the grooves and clearance the fan.
Anyone run into this before ?