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Default Yeah, but how do I INSTALL it?

Is there a trick to getting the tension arm pulled back so I can wrap it around all pullies/drum correctly.

The last time I did it, it was B-E-A-R. How do the pros do it without cursing Frigidaire and leaving a pound of knuckle flesh in the cabinet?

Mine's a Frigidaire with the pulley wa-a-a-ay in the back. FEZ831AS1

I also need to know how and with what to lube the drum bearing.

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Is there a trick to getting the tension arm pulled back so I can wrap it around all pullies/drum correctly.

The last time I did it, it was B-E-A-R. How do the pros do it without cursing Frigidaire and leaving a pound of knuckle flesh in the cabinet?

Mine's a Frigidaire with the pulley wa-a-a-ay in the back. FEZ831AS1

I also need to know how and with what to lube the drum bearing.
There is no easy way to get the belt on with a lot of models unless it is open at the back end. I usually try to get them on with no shirt sleeves to get tangled up and I still have trouble on some models.
I have never used any lube on the idler pulley as most of them are self lubing . If you need a diagram of the belt routing there is a nice diagram on the web . Use Google and you can find it for many different brands and models.
Are you sure you have the correct length belt ? Best to compare the new one if you are replacing it to the old one. Good luck . Sometimes it takes me 15 or 20 minutes with a lot of cussing to do it.
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Default As luck would have it.

There is a access door at the back. Woot! Thanks Frigidaire!

The 'knuckle buster' I was thinking of must have been a previous dryer.

The bearing I need to grease is the ball bearing at the center axle of the drum. Would 'high temp' automobile wheel bearing grease be good to use? I hate to experiment too much, as I don't want it to be not 'high temp' enough, liquify, run down and into the element, thus smoking up the place, or worse, catch fire.
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There is a access door at the back. Woot! Thanks Frigidaire!

The 'knuckle buster' I was thinking of must have been a previous dryer.

The bearing I need to grease is the ball bearing at the center axle of the drum. Would 'high temp' automobile wheel bearing grease be good to use? I hate to experiment too much, as I don't want it to be not 'high temp' enough, liquify, run down and into the element, thus smoking up the place, or worse, catch fire.
TO MY KNOWLEDGE THESE ARE SEALED BEARINGS AND NO LUBE CAN BE ADDED. IF YOUR BEARING IS ROUGH OR NOISY IT WILL HAVE TO BE REPLACED.
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