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Dryer takes a least two cycles to dry a load and just started making a strange noise.

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Hi,if you belt runs blower and tumbler,it could be lose belt,or worn out. the blower creates draft in dryer,and tumbler to fluff up. if the speed of tumbler or blower is not rite it will take long time to dry.and the nosie is the belt sliping.

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