Question about Dryers
More than likely you have a drum retainer bearing going out. This is a mechanism that is comprised of two parts. On the interior of the back panel of the dryer there is a small mechanism that looks like a C on it back. This is where the bearing attached to the center of the rear of the drum slips into to keep the drum level. I have found that the portion attached to the dryer wall usually is at fault in these cases. I am noy familiar with the exact make up of your model but a diagram for the model is easily found online.
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Posted on Sep 03, 2008
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