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hiis the rim of the drum seating ok or worn out because it will give u sharp edges its all i can think of take top off rotate by hand check rim allso try lifting drum if you have fair bit of play you need front bearing pads
hello, first thing to check is the long pin on the inside of the door make sure it's not snaped off, 2nd thing is the belt inside the dryer . if these are both ok then it's possible that the capacitor next to the motor could be faulty give a tap to see if the motor turns good luck
If it is slow in starting, could be faulty start capacitor, slack or worn belt,overloading of course.
the capacitor is mounted near the motor, and is a round cylindrical tube about 4" long.
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Have you cleaned the exhaust ducting? The duct that runs from inside to outside. Try that first. Sounds like your exhaust line is blocked. Also with the filter out get a flash light and look down the venting if alot of lint vaccum out. NOTE: Unplug the unit, wheather gas or electric.....and if it is a gas shut off the gas to the dryer before moving just in case something gets loose while moving. Hope this helps.