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My ge model #dhdsr46ee1ww dryer squeeks terribly. I understand this is likely the ''sliders''. Should I replace all 4 and do you think this will solve my problem. I was told these are actually placed on the inner and outer of the drum bearing but parts are listed by front and back.Is there another problem that could cause sqeeking like this. I did take of front and cleaned out the lint and this stopped the squeek for a little while. And while I am on the subject of lint. I empty the lint filter every load. How can I prevent the lint from building up in this area? Thanks for your answers Michele

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Yes replace all 4 of them. Check to make sure your exhaust is clear to the outside. If the dryer cannot expel the lint then you will always have this build up. Exhaust is the most important thing for a dryer.

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