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The two model nos you quoted do not in general have interchangeable motors however....
The exact motor depends on your product number not your model number. Look on the plate on the machine and check on aeg's website or a spares website
I see a little confusion here...there is LG WD-1280FHD which is the MODEL number, WD= washer-dryer, LG=Life's (not so) Good. The "F" is for Front Load... HD for dryer Heated Dryer. The numbers correlate to date and assembly plant location. IDK this other number your showing is a Part Number
When the pads on the front wear, it will make noise when running. They can be replaced. There is one on the top and one on the bottom rim where the drum turns. You remove the front to access them by removing the screws on the top. Post your model number for diagrams. It's usually stamped on a small tag in a visible location on your appliance.
Washer-Dryer- behind or on top of the control panel. Behind the door. On the lower front or side of the cabinet.
If warm air is still coming from the unit, but the drum is not rotating, it sounds like your drive motor is fine, but your drive belt is broken. Depending on you dryer model, these can be fairly easy to check, or may take a little creativity to get the dryer apart. Knowing your dryer model number would go a long way towards assisting further.