Question about GE DSXH47EGWW Electric Dryer
Dryer squeaking and need to replace drum bearing
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the squeaking has been going on for only a short time, you may be able to get by with only replacing the rear drum bearing, but if it has been going on for some time you should replace the drum bearing kit part #
WE25M40. Also be sure to check that the front drum slides are ok, especially the one on the left side of the front drum support, as this one wears out faster. Drum slides #
WE1M333 and if front support frame is worn so that there is nothing left to hook the slides into you would need a
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
SOURCE: ge dryer
Hi Thanks for the question .Open the door,screws under top. remove screws. lift up top. 2 screws on the inside of front , remove. pull front away front bearings on the front support. . thanks the appliance doc. Please rate my answer thanks
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
SOURCE: dryer drum causing squeak
Most likely the front support bearing. If this is the problem you will likely have to replace the slides too. The wizards have a ten year warranty. The bearing is part number WE3M26 and the slides probably need 3 or 4 of them are we1m333. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
Squeaking is cause by the drum bearing worn out and telling the tale. As it get thinner and thinner it begins to rub against the metal outer casing it is embellished in. To inspect it you must rmove tyhe front and get the drum out. Start by opening the the door and removing the screws holding down the top. Then raise the top and get the screws out thathold the front on. Use the rear acces panel(if applicable) to get the idler loose or access that idler from the front.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
I have the same dryer doing the same thing. Open the door and take the two screws out and lift the top. Remove the two screws that hold the front on. Remove the front. On mine both the plastic parts that stay on the front when it is removed are cracked and needing replaced. I found over 20 buttons that the dryer had pulled off clothes stuck in the front door. I'm sure if it will be cost effective to buy both these parts or not.
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
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