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Your lint filter is on top so unplug it,remove the lint filter and the two screws on top in front of the filter,get a screw driver,stick in into the space where the top and front meet around two iches from each corner and lift up,pop the top up,on the right side you'll see the door switch harness,get a small screw driver,stick into the harness to separate it,pull it apart and then look at the right and left side a few inches down and you'll see a 5/16 inch screw one on each side,remove them and pull up on the front panel,,pull up first on right side then left reach in on the right side,stick your head inside the drum and lift the drum with right shoulder,pull up on the belt pulley and remove the belt,first look at how the belt connects to the motor so when you reinstall it you know how it lift the top and pull the drum.there's a kit that comes with the belt rollers and new pulley,change out these parts and your noise should be gone,also while you're in there vac up all the lint,put the dryer back together but don't reinstall the two screws on top,pull out the dryer and remove the vent line and back wall,on the left side remove the four screws that hold the metal duct in place,clean out the duct and vac up any lint,put that back together and the two screws on top,if the vent line is long,i use a leaf blower to blow out the vent line,if you clean out the dryer once a year and the vent line you'll hardly have any problems with this dryer,.watch this video and good luck,if you need any other help with any appliance let me know and hopefully we can get it done.

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