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Loud, low (bass) noise, not coming from the vent or the heating element

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Most probably caused by one of the belts being frayed and about to break. You might want to replace the small drive belt (00096426) first as it does the most work of transferring the motor power to the shaft causing the drum to rotate. A worn belt can cause a low frequency hum and potentially slow down drum rotation as it slips on the hubs. Replacing the large drum belt requires a lot more work than the drive belt because you must remove both the front and side panels of the dryer; whereas, the drive belt is accessed by removing the right side panel.

Posted on Apr 25, 2015

Testimonial: "I checked both belts. both seem to be in good condition and tighten just the right way."

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