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I have a GE 5 cycle automatic electric dryer. It sqeeks and its not heating properly. What should I look for? The model is 123C7939P001 or 175D1550G119. Also the timer sometimes works.

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Turn off the electricity to the dryer.Try spraying the belt with automotive belt dressing inside that goes around the bucket.. If that does not work it is probably the bushing at the back of the dryer. you will have to remove the bucket to grease the bushing.if it is still good. judging by your details it seems good.But it could be dry.Needs lubrication.

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