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Is blade loose or broken off? Either way, you must remove front panel (door panel) to expose the front drum end retainer brackets, which you must unscrew and remove to get at screws to tighten or replace missing paddle blade. You can get replacement part at www.repairclinic.com their very reasonable
Check the baffles in the dryer drum to see if any are loose. If they are not loose, spin the dryer by hand to see if noise is from inside the drum. Sometimes you will get coins caught in the baffles and all you have to do is loosen the screws, and rotate the drum a little so the coins will fall out. Then tighten the screws up and replace the cabinet.
You may also have a bad drum roller inside the machine.
If you could describe the sound to me, I will be able to help you a little more.
yes they can you would end up removing the top panel or actually as they term it kicking it up and around the drum are screws that hold in the blades unscrew each of these and take out the change and the balls of lint as well then reattach if you have any if you need a diagram of your machine message me back and please remember to rank how this opinion has helped in your appliance situation we try to obtain 4 thumbs up on all our posts Thanks again Rick
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There are two clips that hold the lid down. they are located about one inch in from either side of the machine you can use a flat tip screwdriver and push them in and the lid will come up giving you access to the drum vein screws.
Yes - right where the front panel meets the top panel of the dryer on both sides there are two clips. Insert a screwdriver into the clips and push up on top panel. You'll see the screws that hold the fins on the dryer. Tighten these screws or replace. Good luck...
you can take the top off there are screws in the back and clips on the front if you push on the clips with a flat screw driver lift the front edge and push the clip the top will tip up when you free the clips
Pull the dryer away from the wall, there is no bottom on the dryer, so the screws should be on the floor.
You can then pop the lid up from the front and fold it back. When you do, you will see the drum. Roll the drum around until you see the holes and reattach the tumblers.
You can also access the drum from below. Tip the dryer on its back and you can see the drum from the bottom.