Question about Dryers
I would advise taking the fan cover off and the blade off of the motor and cleaning it. (Make sure its unplugged when you do this.) Maybe hair and dust has gathered around the motor and the blade. This would make the motor have to work harder, especially if stuff is wound around the motor. Good Luck.
Posted on Apr 16, 2008
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