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I would think the belts are getting bad need to be checked anyway, also while your checking the belts check the tenision pulley for the belts make sure it has not fallen off, also, make sure dryer is LEVEL, hope this helps let me know please thks larry
It could be possibly your rear roller bearings expanding with heat causing them to not spin as freely? Im not really too sure but its an idea you dont have many moving parts on the unit. Just your idler pulley, blower wheel, and rollers. Hope this helps.
We had the exact same noise all of a sudden start coming from our 2 year old dryer. We checked everything, rollers, pulleys, motors, etc. I was certain it was coming from the upper left. Finally we found a loose screw had fallen into the front felt ring. Problem solved! Good luck.