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I have a 5-year old GE Profile clothes dryer Model DPXH46GA6WW that makes a loud banging noise every ~2 seconds after running for 2 minutes after heating. Any help would be appreciated...

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Your belt may be dry rotten and missing chunks of the belt replace the belt noise will go away

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