Question about Dryers
You have to take the whole drum out of it. But if you want to save money you can just find the center of the drum bearing (hub kit) you can do this by looking for a small hole in the center back of the dryer. Then go up a half inch to an inch and drill a small hole in just the back and then pump oil into the hole. This should stop the squeeking.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
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