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G. E. Electric Dryer - on drying rotation making noise

I have a general electric electric dryer (spacesaver 120 volt) it is now making noise when in dryer rotation. I took the rtop off and saw the drum to be in tact and there was ONE (1) thin rubber gasket surrounding the drum. Is something stuck somewhere or is the dryer some how off balance or need to be tightened and if so how to tighten >

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Drum bearing is worn out and needs replacing. There is an axle on the drum that goes into this bearing. I cannot see your repyl due to some tech issue w/ the site, so it may be a day or so before I can reply again. Please leave feedback for me if appropriate. Thanks

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