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Squeaky drum I have a siemens wt4403, any advice on solving a high pitched squeal when the drum is in motion? Thanks Julie

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The drum rides on felt glides in the front, rollers in the back. The glides can wear out, but more often the rollers just need new grease. It must be high temperature grease. A lot of times the rollers are held in place by snap rings, that means you need snap ring pliers. Time for a technician. Besides, it's a pain to take a dryer apart. While apart, vacuum the insides.

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