Question about General Electric DWXR483EGWW 6.0 cu. ft. Electric Dryer
Most likely it is either the belt or one or more of the wheels the drum rides on. a belt stretches as it ages and can start to make noise as it slips on the drum or motor pulley. wheels/bearing also can make noise as they wear. another possibility is the tensioner that takes up the slack on the belt. if the dryer is 5+ years old or older, i personally would replace all the wheels(4) and the belt and lube the tensioner and have it all set for many more years. wheels are about $40 on eBay and the belt is about $10. other good sites for getting the correct oem parts are repairclinic.com(not the cheapest but always good parts and good return policy) or appliancepartspros.com(good prices/oem parts)
Posted on Apr 02, 2015
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