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you would have to see if the motor or something else is squeeking. remove front panel, take belt off motor, use a no heat cycle, and turn on machine. any squeeking? yes? then you need a motor...no? then you need a repair/maintnance kit for you dryer. it comes with new rollers, belt and tension pulley and this should get rid of all potentall squeeky parts. if you give me a model number then maybe i can get you the part number you need.
the belt is not causing the squeek. either the tub rollers, or the idler pully is squeeking. you must remove the front panels and drum to inspect these parts. usually when a roller or idler pully is squeeking, you need to replace them. if they arnt to worn, you can clean the shaft and grease them to stop the squeek, but i dont recomend that, as it will just be a temporary fix and will start squeeking again. this isnt a easy repair if you've never done it. let me know if you have any further questions. Shane
Sounds like the fan blade hub has become worn. Remove the front to gain access and secure a hose clamp around the hub. It may be necessary to trim away some of the plastic vanes to allow it to fit snugly.