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Your dryer is probably making this noise because the "bearing" is running out of grease and may be worn out. If you act quickly, you might save yourself from having to buy that part by just greasing the supporting bracket. It is pretty easy to change that part and it is not an expensive part either. Just look up Changing Dryer Bearing on YouTube, with the brand name of your dryer and you should end up with many tutorials.
In the rare case that this is not the problem, a YouTube search should bring you a solution.
People, the first words the poster said were that the dryer was "brand new". All of your suggestions assume the dryer had extensive use. This sounds like a factory defect issue!!!! My brand new Maytag Cabrio gas dryer is also making an obnoxious buzzing sound that seems to cycle on and off as the gas ignites. The buzzing sounds electronic not mechanical. What would buzz when the burner is active?
there are rollers that the drum rides on that could be doing this,or the pulley that the belt attaches to,some dryers have glides on the front bulkhead or like frigidaire the drum rides on a back bearing that wears down,one more thing to check is the blower wheel,next time send brand name and model number,take out the drum and move the rollers and pulley by hand or try rotating the drum by hand to see if you hear the noise,see if it's in the front or back of drum and go from there
sounds like your motor maybe bad and shutting off becuz it is overheating.the noise could be the motor or a bearing or seals .depending on name brand and who u use may or may not be worth fixing motors are expensive to replace.
The model says electric and is listed as gas. If it is electric. Move all the settings (exercise the controls) If that does not work Turn both of the breakers off at your electric panel and back on. If one feels loose you know it may have tripped and you just reset it. Your drier will work fine now. Just turn it on.