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I would check the drum rollers, idler pully and see if something has fell in where the fan is. Also check for lint build up. That is one of the biggest problems not keeping the lint screen clean. It gets stoped up and the fan blade can't turn. Also causes it to get too hot and could cause a fire. Last take the belt off and remove the drum . Run the motor for a short time with nothing hooked to it but the fan and see if the motor is making the noise. Have fun. Hope this helps.As far as I'm concerned you have one of the best machines. I wouldn't buy a new one too much trouble and expence.
Some lint found its way back into the dryer and is caught up in the blower wheel,the speed at which these blower wheels turn any trash that gets hung up will cause a vibration and noise.You are probably going to have to remove the front panel and blower wheel cover to get access to the wheel to clean it out properly. Its fairly easy BUT FIRST UNPLUG THE DRYER remove the screws holding the door,pull out on the front panel at the top where it meets the top,then you will see some screws holding brackets securing the top remove these.then remove screws holding front bulkhead.then you will see the blower housing ,while there make sure blower wheel is not loose on the shaft from the recent vibrating Hope this helps......
Sounds like a bad roller. You'll have to remove the drum to get at them. Even a free one may make noise at speed. Use high temp grease. Also check roundness. And don't forget the belt tensioner roller, just don't get any grease where the belt touches.
remove the drum and check the front rollers,and the jockey pulley/belt for wear.also grease the jockey pin,you need to know how to remove the back panels on these asko dryers so you may want to ring asko to do it.remove all outer screws, centre nut and three screws left side about 3 inches up from base.hope this helps.