Question about Dryers
Dryers usually do not have bearings but rather have rollers or glides. The dryer becomes noisy when the rollers or damaged get worn and must be replaced to address the noise problem. Furthermore, disassembly procedures vary by make and model; this requires you to indicate the make and the exact model number for specific and precise tear down steps. You don't have to accept or reject and rate this post to add information or post your comments and further questions.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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