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The dryer makes a banging sound that seems to be coming from the motor and pulley assembly.

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  • gabby0421 May 06, 2008

    the model # LDE5005ACE

  • mtumazi Jun 21, 2008

    GE stackable dryer makes a loud banding sound when operating. There are no rollers in the modes. We have pulled out the drum. No evidence of damage.

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What is the model number

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Most of the time a tumble dryer will work like a dream but, as with all appliances, occasionally there will be technical problems.
If your tumble dryer is making a banging, whining (or other strange noise) it's best to diagnose and sort out the problem. It could be the result of a number of things, but what you certainly don't want to do is ignore it.
Here are the most common reasons for your tumble dryer making odd noises.
Coins and keys
One of the most common reasons for a banging, rattling or clanking is keys or coins left in pockets - so always check them before you put any clothes in the tumble dryer. More often than not you won't hear anything until the dryer cycle is in full spin.
Uneven surfaces
If the dryer is vibrating or shaking during spinning, check to make sure the dryer's sitting on a level surface. If it's fitted with height adjusters on the front legs, adjust them accordingly to ensure the machine is level as this will often reduce or eliminate the banging sound.
Drum bearings
If the tumble dryer is noisy when its turning and the whole appliance is shaking and rumbling, it could be indicative of a problem with the drum bearings, which help the wheels turn freely and easily.
The drum
If the banging noise is continuous when the drum is turning then it might be problem with the drum itself. If the noise is a metallic one, it could be the result of the drum scraping on something inside the machine. You could always check the drum visually for any marks or dents.
Motor bearings
If the tumble dryer is emitting a high-pitched screaming or whining noise it could be a sign that the motor bearings are wearing out.
Tension pulley wheels
If there's a squeaking noise coming from the dryer it could be the result of wear on the tension pulley wheels. This occurs more frequently on older models...or try this link..
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The nylon or plastic belt restrainer on cabrio wed6600 dyer melted and lodged on drive belt mechanism. What is left of part appears to be a plastic or nylon closed ring drive belt retainer. How would I...


Lift the idler pulley assembly up toward the dryer drum to detach the metal tab on the assembly from the dryer base, and slide the assembly out of the open slot in the bottom of the dryer cabinet by pulling it toward you. Take the idler pulley assembly out of the dryer cabinet and dispose of the part.Slide the bottom bar of the new idler pulley assembly into the open slot in the bottom of the dryer cabinet and push down to set the tab into the hole in the dryer base to lock the assembly into place. Move the idler arm forward and place the dryer belt around the idler pulley by hand.here is the idler you need which is a pretty standard part

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you make a loop in the belt to get it in the pulley, thats why you don't have to remove the wheel, and it comes as one complete part

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My Maytag Neptune gas dryer is making a very load squealing sound when in use. Is it possible that I need a new motor? I had a repair man come out and his answer was an entire new motor. The cost of the...


You sound just like me and I like that. Of course they want to replace the motor-it's a easy fix for them. It's the bearing going bad that's why it gets worse after it heats up. Try this for a temp fix. If you can get into the dryer spray the pulleys and the motor bearing with a lubricant like WD40. Be cafeful around the motor and anything hot. Use quite a lot but directly where it is needed. Also get the drum roller and support bearings too.
I hope my suggestions helps and all the luck to you.
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My Maytag Neptune gas dryer is making a very load squealing sound when in use. Is it possible that I need a new motor? I had a repair man come out and his answer was an entire new motor. The cost of the...


I do not believe the problem is with your motor.
I think it is your drum rollers in need of lubrication or replacement.
Replacing the drum rollers is a LOT CHEAPER than replacing a motor

ALWAYS UNPLUG YOUR DRYER BEFORE STARTING ANY REPAIRS
Your problem sounds like drum rollers have flat spots on them or in need of lubrication, or maybe your drum belt has slipped off of the idler arm pulley.
Check the belt to see if it has slipped off of the idler arm pulley and also to check the belt condition for wear.
Be sure to note the route of the belt, this will come in handy when you go
to reinstall the belt.
Check your drum rollers for flat spots or wear, if they have flat spots
or wear on them replace them.
If the drum rollers don't have flat spots or wear on them then they probably
only need lubrication. Lubricate the shaft of the rollers with a good grade
of machine oil such as 3 in One oil.
Reassemble the dryer, plug back in. This should solve your noise problem.
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I have a whirpool front load dryer and I cart seem to get the belt through the pulleys any tips?


As the belt comes off the drum and you are going to hook it to the motor...be sure to fold the belt to make a loop and then pass it thru the idler pulley and then to the motor
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This photo is from a Samsung DV409AEW, but I assume they are quite likely the same. I also turned the drum (clockwise, which is the wrong way) and the same thing happened. The thud in my case was the spring that holds the tension pulley arm in place falling to the bottom of the dryer. If your situation is the same, spinning the drum caused the belt to come off of the idler pulley and the tension spring fell off. It seems to happen frequently based on web searches.
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Once inside, see if the spring is off, and if so re-attach it per the photo below. It is counter-intuitive that the spring pulls the arm down, rather than to the left. Hopefully this will be your issue.
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Electric dryer makes weird clanking banging noises


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hope this helps a little. jay

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