Gonna need more info than that to give any type of educated guess. You may have to retrace what you did to insure that you installed the motor correctly. Was it the correct motor for your model? If not sized properly the motor could be in the way of the movement of the drum. I'm sure you had to remove the drum to replace the motor. Is it balanced on the rollers correctly? Is it too tight with the front panel? Just loads (pun intended) of potential problems could be causing this and without pics of what you did or knowledge of the process you used, well, we're just taking shots in the dark.
Yes i had to take the drum off. Yes it is the correct motor for. My dryer and yes it is installed correctly. It at least makes a sound now.... Didnt before. Sounds like its starting then quickly shuts down
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