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CREDA TCR2 TUMBLE DRYER

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I have a creda TCR2 Tumble dryer. It is starting to make a sreeching,
rubbing noise. It seems that the element is rubbing on the back. I have took it a part and had the back plate off slightly and the noise stopped.
When replacing back cover noise came back

Any advice?

Thanks in advance

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