This old Maytag electric dryer finally spit its belt all over the bottom of the dryer. Removed it in pieces with little rubber left...mostly reinforcing wires.
This dryer's cabinet is somewhat difficult to disassemble in order to get the drum out. A thorough cleaning with the shop vac was in order...lint everywhere (This old dryer is relegated to a spot in the rear of my large garage and is not vented to the outside). It dries laundry from my MAH3000 Maytag Neptune which I find is the best front loader residential washer there is (I got mine free). It has had bearings and seal replaced and does my work clothes and other non household washing (greasy shop rags, work gloves and ...you get the idea).
Once apart, the dryer is in good shape inside. The outside cabinet looks like new so it was well worth the effort to get it breathing again.
It takes a 95 inch 3 rib belt which I had wisely ordered a couple years ago understanding the OE belt was going to fail.
The rollers, felts and other mechanicals are all fine. A new lamp was installed and I now have the Maytag breathing like new again.
Disassembly and reassembly are intuitive.
For the homeowner who wants to save on repair bills, this site is very helpful.
Stay safe out there and wash you hands often.