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Drum I have a hotpoint dryer and need to know if their is away to put the drum back in near the heating element, also if it not in right will it make alot of noise

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The back of the tub has the stem on it it fits into the heating element pan, there is a bearing that the stem on the tub goes into, it is kinda hard to get it to align up but keep trying
if it is not in the bearing it will make a lot of noise and can short out the heating element so keep trying till you get it right

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