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SOURCE: DCXR463GA2WW Squeak

YOU MOST LIKELY HAVE A REAR DRUM BEARING FAILING. IT IS A SMALL TEFLON BEARING THAT SLIPS ON OVER THE REAR SHAFT OF THE DRUM AND INTO THE HOLE IN THE REAR OF THE DRYER. THERE ARE ALSO FRONT GLIDES THAT SUPPORT THE FRONT OF THE DRYER. OLDER DRYERS HAVE THE FRONT SUPPORTS UNDER THE DRUM SO THE DRUM RESTS ON THEM. NEWER G.E. DRYERS HAVE A PLASTIC RING WITH THREE TEFLON GLIDES ON TOP OF THEM AND THE DRUM HANGS FROM THESE GLIDES. REPLACE ALL OR SOME OF THE ABOVE PARTS TO ELIMINATE YOUR SQUEAK.
ON OTHER POSSIBILITY, THE IDLER PULLEY THAT KEEPS TENSION ON THE BELT CAN BECOME A SQUEAK MAKER.

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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SOURCE: Steady squeaking noise after taking foot off accelerator

sounds like you have a pad rubbing on a disk/rotor, if you jolt the brakes does the noise go away? if so it's probably a pad loose

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

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SOURCE: squeak in front wheels

jump on the corner of the car that the side the noise is coming from then jump off and see how many times it bounces till it stops if it bounces 3 times to well then your front shocks are bad.

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SOURCE: My wheels are squeaking. The squeak starts just

you need to change your brakes. they have squeaker tabs on them to let you know they are worn real low.

Posted on Sep 05, 2009

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SOURCE: My brakes squeak in my toyota camry. How do I get

I am assuming you already changed the brake pads. Make sure that the backing plate is on the backside of the pads it wouldnt hurt to put some disc brake quiet (spray) on the backside of the pads. also make sure all of your caliper shims are in place and not rubbing on the rotor. Make sure rotors have been resurfaced or replaced if they are too thin. any imperfections will cause vibration which will cause noise. Some cheap brake pads will squeek no matter what you do. in this case I recomend ceramic brake pads the best price I have found is at pep boys this type of brake pad is superior and very quiet, stays cooler, less brake dust on rims and much better braking. I use pep boys ceramic pads on my customers cars and have had no complaints from them. where with cheaper quality pads it is hit and miss that is why i tell my customers up front if they want the cheaper pads they should expect some noise from time to time and not to be alarmed. It doesnt mean anything is wrong just too much vibration and heat while braking

Posted on Oct 30, 2009

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Before spending out on any parts, turn the machine off, get a small terminal screwdriver and run it between the inner drum and the front bearing. (open door, find where the drum meets the casing, put the driver in the gap and follow the circle round, so the head of the driver is facing you). You may have a bead of an item of clothing or zip tag etc stuck here and causing the squeak. The other possibility is that the back fan blade is squeaking, the back bearing or the motor itself. Parts can be purchase from BSH Appliance Care Ltd, I have added a link.
http://www.bosch-home.co.uk/store/spareparts/search

Nice thing about this is you can look a the part breakdown.
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