Question about Dryers
Possibly one of the following : Could be a seized drum bearing, at rear of drum. It will get worse if you keep using the dryer, and eventually cause permanent damage to the drum. Or it could be something like a button or hair-clip is stuck between the front edge of the drum, and the normal rubbing surface at the front of the dryer. In both cases, you need to remove the drum to remove whatever is stuck in there, or to replace the rear drum bearing also. Hope this helps!
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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