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Re: when drying the dryer makes a very load sqeaking...
Check the spindle or axle the drum rotates on. They can be oiled at the pivoting point or turning point. The motor may also be oiled at the axle. You have something grinding in there. Probably metal to metal. Graphite works best as it does not dissipate with heat.
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There are two main causes of dryer noises: foreign objects in the felt strips, and dried bearings. To relube the bearings, you need to disassemble the dryer and pull the drum. Inspect all bearings, including the belt tensioner.
Sounds like you need a blower wheel.you will need to remove the front panel and the houseing under the front panel.It is located on the bottom front laft side. if you need help on assembly or disassembly let me know hope i fixya :)
Find a heat resistant grease. It must say heat resistant. Then you will need snap ring pliers. The rollers are behind the drum, the whole machine must be taken apart, no fun. While apart, vacuum everything. Note how the belt goes before you take it off. A few extra screws while you're in there will expose the fan area. You will be suprised what you can find there.