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Your bulb has burnt out. Go to appliancepartspros.com put in your model number, in schematics on left side of page select #5 tumbler, bulb is part #7 cost $5.60. easy to replace, you just have to remove lens cover and replace bulb.
I don't know what the noise is but I had the same problem with the drying. I checks several sources because I don't like to replace parts that are not broke. the problem was 2 coils near the pilot light. Each is held on by 1 screw and a wire gets plugged into it. Easy fix and ran fine again. I think the coils are a comment problem because as soon as I told the parts place what kind of dryer I had they told me what I was in for.
Mine did same thing within warranty. There is a motherboard problem in them that is cause by power surge during an eletrical storm. First try unplugging for 10 minutes and see if it resets. If that doesn't work, you need to have the motherboard replaced that runs the unit.
Repair man took the front off my unit and replaced entire motherboard. He stated that it was a known issue with that motherboard. I have had no problems since my motherboard was replaced 18 months ago.