Question about Dryers
Sounds as though it could be one of the motor shaft bearings is worn or wearing, or might be working its' way out of the end housing it was pressed into. The best way to verify it is the motor bearing is to remove the belt drive from the motor pully and operate the dryer while you listen for the sound, if still there, you've isolated the noise to the motor and can explore further to see what exactly is causing the problem.
If that isn't it, please provide the brand and model number so we can zero in on the probable issue.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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