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Squeal noise from the dryer

My ge dryer model DDE 5300 has a squeal noise as it rotates while drying. I know it's old but is there an easy fix

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Check the belt tention. or you may need to lubricate the wheels the drum sits on.

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We have a General Electric Dryer, Model # DDE 5300 GBLWH.WE KEEP GETTING WHAT LOOKS LIKE OIL STAINS IN THE CLOTHS .IT NOT THE WASHER THATS A GE TOO .


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What's your problem?Squealing Speed Queen dryer


The drum of the dryer has a belt that turns the drum while in operation. These belts are not hard to replace and if your old belt is still attached you can visually see how it is positioned on the drum. However, there are also at least three rollers that carry the drum allowing it to rotate as it is being turned by the belt. These rollers are also not that expensive and are relatively easy to replace. Since the machine is 20 years old you may experience some problems finding the parts (maybe not)> You can check with the company via the internet and find out. Just give them the model number and a description of the part. The pulley that is attached to the shaft of the motor that drives the belt that turns the drum could also be worn out. Replacing the pulley on a machine that old can be trying but not impossible. If you have a technician check out and make repairs on these potential problems it probably cost well over $180 but if you have any mechanical ability you can probably do the job yourself if you can locate the parts. Just make sure the machine is unplugged from an electrical source before removing the back and the rest is just work.

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Our DDE 5300 GBLAD dryer makes a rumbling, thunder-type noise after it's been drying clothes for awhile. What is wrong?


ALWAYS UNPLUG YOUR DRYER BEFORE STARTING ANY REPAIRS
Your problem sounds like drum rollers have flat spots on them or in need of lubrication.
Check your drum rollers for flat spots or wear, if they have flat spots or wear on them then you will need to replace them.
If the drum rollers don't have flat spots or wear on them then they probably only need lubrication. Lubricate the shaft of the rollers with a good grade of machine oil such as 3 in One oil. Reassemble the dryer, plug back in. This should solve your noise problem.
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My GE Profile Dryer is still operating but produces loud intermitent noise as the drum rotates. What can I do to eliminate the noise?


It sounds like you may have a bad bearing in the back of the drum. That model rotates on a sort of ball and socket type mechanism. You may be able to lubricate it if the noise is just squealing/squeaking. If it is more than that, you'll probably need to replace the bearing mechanism. If you lube it, use a heavy weight lube that is rated for high heat (I've used brake caliper grease.)

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This dryer needs to be taken apart to lubricate any and all moving parts. Idler pulley and rollers, if they are worn out in any way, replace them.
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