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12-14-2000, 08:02 PM
HI. Im brand new to the industry and CLA. Is there a place where I can get info on how to adjust the time per quarter on a dryer and questions like that.
12-14-2000, 09:38 PM
Your local distributor, parts suplier should be able to help you. You will need to hook up with a reliable firm, to ask questions about repairs from time to time. If you do not know any supliers in your area, the CLA has many posted here on this site. Can not remember where, though. Just surf around you will find it. You can contact manufactuers directly, also. I have found most are happy to help.
12-18-2000, 05:56 PM
What kind/brand of timer mechanism do you have on your dryers? Many have Greenwald. If so, you have to replace a cam in the mechanism with one with a different number of pins on it. Kinda complicated to do, but not prohibitive. Just be sure to schedule yourself a lot of time to do them all at once, as you don't want some at one time and others at the old time.
THANKS BUT I THINK ILL SAVE THAT ONE FOR THE TECHS
12-21-2000, 01:51 PM
Replacing cams is fairly easy, I can do one in about 5 mins. I'll walk you thru it if you want. Calling the "Techs" can get expensive. In the laundry business, you need to be chief repair guy and floor sweeper to make any money!
Thanks to all. I found the manual and I just might give it a shot. peter I may take you up on your offer, Ill let you know. THANK YOU
12-27-2000, 01:51 PM
IF you work on them, turn off the power first!!
The cams are easy to put on, you can spin them so the V notch lines up, then take a very small screwdriver and pry the old one off, easlily. Then put the new one on. Sometime I have to forward the timer motor to the next V notch putting the new one on. YOu should be able to do this with the timer still atttached to the dryer
Thanks . I orderd the parts and Im going to try it myself