Question about Dryers
Vibration when running
My name is Peter. I am a retired field service appliance technician.
That is a loaded question, not knowing what your model number is, and not knowing is you have a belt drum or direct drive with a transmission.
1.) You may have a component that is worn such as the drum idlers, the belt tensioner idler or the drum support rollers.
2.) You are more likely you have one or more components that are loose and require tightening, such as the drum idlers, the belt drive tensioner, the drum support rollers or the drive motor base.
3.) You may have a worn door/drum seal. It may have deteriorated in one section, creating a non uniform contact surface.
4.) If you have a direct drive dryer, then the problem will include the drive transmission.
I am sorry I can not be more specific. I need a model number, but these areas are general possibilities.
Posted on Nov 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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