Question about GE Dryers
I have a GE Profile Sensor Dryer(model DPSQ495ET0WW) That I replaced the belt and tensioner are pully. now it squeaks like crazy once it starts to heat up. any ideas?
Make sure the felt on the rim of the drum is secure and the plastic glides that the drum sits on are not worn down.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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The drum rides on two rubber rollers with nylon or plastic centers which become worn over time. You can access the rollers by removing the front lower cabinet under the door. Other points to check are the tension pulley which provides tension on the belt which you can access from the removed lower panel. The cabinet has a felt ring as a spacer preventing the drum from rubbing against the cabinet which may have fallen or become worn, which is rare. If you still have not found the cause you can attempt to run the motor without the belt to eliminate squeaking from the motor.
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