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It is possible that it is the wheel bearing especially if it is metal contact you are hearing. To be sure swap your wheels from back to the front and see if the noise transfers location. If it did it could be the wheels.
Idler pulley - It keeps tension on the main drive
belt and when it is worn, it can be squeaky and noisy. Replace then.
Glides - Attached to the front bulkhead of the clothes drum for
support. When worn, it can be noisy and squeaky.. Replace then.
Rollers or wheels - They support the clothes drum. When they are are worn, you should replace the whole set
of rollers at the same time.
Blower wheel - It pulls air over the heat source through the
clothes drum past the thermostats, then pushes it out the exhaust
duct. It may wear out over
time. If it is noisy, it may be clogged with lint. Clean the
blower and test to see if the dryer is still noisy. If it is, you need to replace it.