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Maytag dryer model # LDE5005ADE has a squeaky noise when starting up to dry clothes

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Thanks for the question. If your dryer squeeks just a short squeek just as you start it thats not a big problem If the noise is there all the way through the cycle it could be the drum rollers locatedat back wall of dryer ,the drum rides on 2 of these they could be worn if its a short sqeek could be a slightly worn belt . thanks for the question The appliance doc

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