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I have an indesit IS70 SC tumble dryer which is very noisy. The noise appears to be coming from the air intake fan and sounds a bit like a piece of cardboard against bicycle wheel spokes. Any ideas?

The noise has only become apparent recently, have looked in the air intake but can't see anything obvious. Not keen on using the dryer when it is like this but don't want to spend a fortune fixing it. Richard

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Dryers are not hard to take apart.
There is possible something caught inbehind things.
Make sure to unplug the dryer first. Then proceed to take it apart carefully noteing thing as you do it, so that you can reasseblem

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