Question about GE Profile Harmony DPGT750EC Electric Dryer
Dryer works fantastic with no issues as far as drying, blowing, or heating up. When first starting the dryer cold, it is near silent. Slowly while it warms up, a vibrating noise that seems to be coming from the rear right side gets louder and louder. It sounds like sheet metal vibrating, but I have gone through the back and isolated the back with rubber pads and sound deadening material with no success. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I understand that your Electrolux gas dryer is making a loud vibration noise and is also loud while tumbling. There are several components in your dryer that could be causing this noise. Based off what you are describing it might be an issue with your suspension rollers, motor, or pulley. Since it could be any of these underlying issues I would suggest getting a technician out to diagnosis and repair your dryer. Hope this is helpful. - Matt
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