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Whirring noise in clothes dryer

I have an older model Kenmore dryer. It's about 10 years old. I have replaced the heating element about a year ago and it's been working fine until today. It makes this whirring noise when I turn it on. It spins fine, and the airways (vents) are not plugged...there is good airflow. It also heats just fine. What cold possibly be making the whirring noise.

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  • djdeligirl May 12, 2008

    The dryer stopped making the whirring noise after about 10-15 minutes in the cycle. Thanks for your help.

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