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Title: whirlpool awz7303 condenser drier
Post by: ireland on February 23, 2008, 08:03:44 AM
Hello everyone, Fisrt of all, Id like to introduce myself... My name is Michael & I live in the uk (manchester) Im a member of all sorts of forums... I need a little help, I have a whirlpool awz7303 drier & the belt snapped.. Ive managed to get a new belt... Im not sure how to fit it so im looking for the service manual which has the complete diagrams & step by step instructions??? has anyone got any ideas? My good lady is of course & quite right too giving me a little grilling due to the drier not working.. Thanks for any help

Model Number: awz 7303
Title: Re: whirlpool awz7303 condenser drier
Post by: JWWebster on February 23, 2008, 03:54:56 PM
give out the entire model number awz7303 is not the complete model number. I think this dryer basically has an idler and drum like a regular whirlpool only this is like a compact model. I have worked on a few of these I was hoping to be able to bring up a  breakdown before answering your question. I just wanted to see how the front came off I don't think you work from the back of this model at all. I can see where these bad boys could be plentyful in europe where all the power is 220 so their is never a chance of having a lame dryer. why do you call it a condenser drier? Sounds like an HVAC term? Hay you don't learn if you don't ask right? :)
Title: Re: whirlpool awz7303 condenser drier
Post by: AJ on February 23, 2008, 05:02:49 PM
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why do you call it a condenser drier?

I think it maybe ventless and the water it does take out of the cloths gets pumped down a drain or something like that.

Title: Re: whirlpool awz7303 condenser drier
Post by: ireland on February 24, 2008, 05:28:39 AM
Here In the uk, its a ventless or condenser machine.. the water is collected into a container at the bottom of the unit
Title: Re: whirlpool awz7303 condenser drier
Post by: RegUS_PatOff on February 24, 2008, 10:59:42 AM
info for the rest of u.s.

http://www.whirlpool.co.uk (http://www.whirlpool.co.uk/app.cnt/whr/en_GB/pageid/pgproddtl001/catid/3/subcatid/12/prodid/630)