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If the dryer is new, you can call for factory service. They will send a tech to your home at no cost. If the dryer is over one year old, you can try replacing the slides on the front of the dryer and the rear bearing, but if still in warranty any repair you attempt yourself will void your warranty. So let those factory trained people take care of that for you. Save your money and let GE pay. Call
1(800)GE-CARES. Funny number. Good luck to you and please dont forget to rate me.
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.