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DLE2050 making strange spinning noise

Dryer was working fine (nice and quiet), when the flow sensor went off, and stopped the dryer. I cleaned out the filter, and restarted it. The dryer started making a vibration spinning noise like it was rattling from within. If you spin the drum manually, once you reach a certain speed, it starts the rattling until it slows a little. Would this be the rollers? O rmaybe the belt has sttretched? I noticed that I can push the drum towards the back of the unit and pull it forward a little more than usual (at least it seems looser.

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I guess I wasnt clear enough. The dryer works ok, except for the rattling sound now. It will start when i push the start button, it heats, and dries the clothes. Just noisy where before the flow sensor went off, it was pretty quiet.

Posted on Jan 07, 2013

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sounds like your bearings have gone at the back off your drum behind the small middle panel try turning it by hand if it starts scrapping straight away then u need to replace the bearings m8

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check the motor cap or belt on the pulley correctly

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

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if the motor buzzes when you push start then it is a bad motor.as long as the drum turns freely by hand.

Posted on Nov 11, 2008

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Sounds like the screen/sock combo got the tub in a bind and the drum belt broke.

If you want to pursue replacing the belt, let me know.

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can you hear the motor running? if so its probably a broke belt

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