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GE evolution dryer has intermitent squeeling!

My dryer has a squeeking and squeeling almost everytime I dry clothes. What do I have to do to fix the problem.

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Is the belt slipping? Check and see if it is worn. Open door, remove 2-4 screws at 12:00 position, lift up cover. The belt is the little band wrapped around the big thing.

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