Hot Point DLB 2650
Purchased this dryer used for cheap. When I got it home I noticed that the plug was a three prong and the wall had a four prong (doh!).
Went to the store and bought the right plug ($25) and installed it. I was a little nervous about going from a 3 prong to a 4 prong and I didn't want to electrify myself in the process. I put the three matching wires in the correct places and then found a nut to ground the extra ground to.
I threw the switch and...I lived! The dryer hummed to life and didn't sound too bad for being a dryer 25 years old. After a while I noticed it started to sqeak and I replaced the belt. This did not help though. I finally replaced the rear bearing with new one (old one was metal, new one is plastic).
This was a simple repair and immediately silenced the dryer. I also replaced the guides on the drum at the same time. With a little work and a couple of new parts this $35 dryer has become a good machine. I was a little skeptical of a dryer named Hotpoint but so far it has served me well.
The dryer has a light inside and a typical lint filter. Also has a sensor dry position on the knob (wow!) which works surprisingly well. Very quiet and drys clothes quickly. I would give this dryer 4 out of 5 stars simply because I had to replace some of the parts. Otherwise this dryer would have been 5 out of 5!