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The dryer drum is making a noise like it's loaded with bricks

I took perfectly working dryer from shed, and put it back in garage to use. Plugged it in and started it. Forgot to check inside dryer for empty jaegermeister bottles and crown royal bottles. After removing broken glass and still intact bottles, when running dryer it sounds like the drum is out of kilter or off balance or something. I removed the back panel to expose the drum but it exposed nothing. Do i need to get to the drum through the front and top of dryer! If so, how do i go about it.

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  • mcdonnell061 Mar 12, 2009

    not really, it just tells me how to expose the drum. when i get to the drum, then what do i do to fix the problem

  • mcdonnell061 Mar 12, 2009

    after i expose the drum, then what. how do i fix the noise.

  • mcdonnell061 Mar 12, 2009

    thanks slowride5551, that was very helpful. I'm gonna get started on it now.

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The top pops up from the front and then you will have access to the drum by removing the front.

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  • Slowride5551 Mar 12, 2009

    At this point you will have to physically inspect the drum and the rollers it spins on. To remove the drum you will have to work the narrow belt towards the rear off. Once off, the drum basically sits in there. You will have to pull it forward a bit then up and out. You will see towards the rear a felt type gasket which holds the heat in. Try your best not to damage it.



    At this point, without sitting in front of it, is all the advice I can give you. It's pretty simple as you will see once apart. A large, belt driven, drum that rides on rollers with a felt gasket which seals and centers in at the rear. You should be able to see any problems from that point.

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