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Squeaky DE dryer

Model dwlr473et0ww squeaks once per drum rev. What can I do?
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There is a ball bearing in the back of tub in a plastic housing that wears out or the front glides on front of tub are wearing out,you can pop the top off and the front to check them out-mike

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There should be two wheels in the back that may have to be greased or replaced. There are two no friction pads that the drum rests on in the front that need to be replaced every once in a while. Go to searspartsdirect.com or appliancezone.com, with your dryer's serial number you should be able to find the parts.
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Squeaking can mean bearings going bad or the pulleys needing some oil on them. The pulleys can usually be accessed from the rear of the dryer. The bearings are a different story, you would need to remove outer casing of the dryer to remove the drum to get the bearings behind the drum. I would recommend trying to oil the motor and idler pulleys and if that doesn't fix the problem if your handy you can try to replace the bearings. Its a big job, the bearings are behind the drum and are screwed in from the inside of the drum. In order to remove the drum the casing of the dryer had to be removed, usually the front and the top (the top will sometimes tip back on hinges). After that the drum should slide out with the bearing assembly attached. Installation is the same as removal. {Note: If you find it to be too much trouble, I would just leave it squeak, other than being annoying it won't hurt anything. Also, some dryers have a compartment in the back where you can see the bearing assembly, maybe you can spray some WD-40 in there and see if it stops squeaking. The time you really need to replace the bearings is if your drum is loose, as the bearings have gone bad, not just squeaky}

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