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T"he sound you are hearing is coming from the blower wheel.This is located in the front of the machine and can be accessed by removing the front of the machine, Getting the front off varies machine to machine, Once the front is off, you'll see the blower wheel in the front, and once again some models you may have to remove exhaust vent, in others just the cover of the blower wheel. This is an easy repair, no doubt. The part number is
IF THIS MODEL USES THE TIMER TO START THE MACHINE BY PULLING OUT ON THE KNOB, I HAVE HAD TO REPLACE QUITE A FEW TIMERS FOR THIS PROBLEM. SOMETIMES BY MOVING THE KNOB UP AND DOWN AND SIDE TO SIDE WHILE PULLING WILL START THE MACHINE. IF SO, REPLACE TIMER.