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I have a Frigidaire dryer that squeaks. I was told to look at the belt to see if it had been worn, so I took 4 screws out of the back, and I now gather that they aren't ones that I was supposed to remove. When I try to put them back in, whatever they were holding in place is not in place any longer. How do I get everything back in order? Also, when I scooted the dryer out, I discovered a dead bird in the actual dryer hole where the duct connects. Could this be a contributing factor to the squeaking?

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Yes the bird was stuck in the blower wheel, you may have removed the heater, round plate on back of machine. Unless you know how to get in machine call a local repair man to reattach the heater, the cost should not be much since there is not parts.

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Electric dryer frigidaire fse447ghso has a terrible squeeling noise when running


Instructions Things You'll Need
  • Putty knife
  • Phillips head screwdriver
  • WD 40
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    • 1 Disconnect the dryer from the wall outlet or the breaker/fuse box. Be sure that the dryer is disconnected before you continue.
    • 2 Raise the top of the dryer. You will do this by inserting a putty knife into the crack between the top and front panel. Push against the spring clips to release. There will be one clip on each side of the dryer. Once the top has been released you can disconnect the wires to the door switch located on the right side on the backside of the front panel.
    • 3 Using a Phillips head screwdriver remove screws holding the front panel to the side panels. Pull the front panel away and lift off the bottom clips to remove it completely.
    • 4 Remove the belt from the idler pulley. The idler is located behind the blower/motor unit. When the belt is free you can slide the belt to the back edge of the drum. Lift it straight up to disengage the rear bearing from cradle.
    • 5 Pull the drum out through the front of the cabinet. You will be able to see the drum support ball on the back of the drum and the cradle holding the ball.
    • 6 Apply a generous portion of supplied grease or spray WD 40 into the cradle. In almost all cases, this will resolve your squeak. Once you have greased the drum to your satisfaction, you can reassemble the dryer.


Read more: How to Fix a Drum Squeak on a Gas Dryer ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4899504_fix-drum-squeak-gas-dryer.html#ixzz1PYDjwD8h

NOTE: A lithumium greese is the best to use.

Here is a layout of your dryer for reference. http://www.appliancepartspros.com/partsearch/model.aspx?model_id=115688

Jun 17, 2011 | Frigidaire Dryers

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Hi, our Frigidaire dryer that is 4 years old is starting to squeak a lot. Do you have any idea what would be causing this and what I can do about this myself? Thanks, Terry


maybe the belt is getting loose, you can pull the front panel off and look at the belt rollers and tension of belt and make sure the belt is center of drum. Open door remove screws, some models have screws on bottom corners, and gently pry on top corners. Remove panel and inspect. Hope this helps tim

Aug 29, 2010 | Frigidaire GLEQ2152ES Electric Dryer

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Frigidaire dryer model # FDEB34RGS2 Squeaking


There is a tension pulley that holds pressure on the belt, as well as wheels that the drum sits on. A drop of oil on the bearing of each one should solve the problem, unless the wear has gotten too far, and need replacing.


Jan 01, 2010 | Frigidaire GLER642A Electric Dryer

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Runs but noisy


Look in the drum. If you see 3 screws in about a three inch circle in the center of the back, then it rotates on a ball and socket. These get dry and or loose. You can try greasing it with a very high temp grease (try one for lubing disc brake calipers on cars) or it may need to be replaced. If you don't see those screws, it probably runs on rollers which either need spray lube (such as WD40) or replacing.

Nov 17, 2009 | Frigidaire GLEQ2152ES Electric Dryer

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Frigidaire FSE748Gf dryer squeaks all the time now when drying.


Drive Belt. It may work for a long time, and the squeak may go away, but the belt is worn and needs replacing.

Aug 13, 2009 | Frigidaire FSE748GF Dryer

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Intermittent Squeaking


You know how when the pads on your car get worn they start that noise? Well the bearing that holds the tub has a metal bracket. When that plastic wears down it begins to makes those noises. If left alone the metal bracket will eventually cuut into that drum bearing like a guillotine. I have pictures. Have the women and small babys leave the room: Click (HERE)


Jul 08, 2009 | Frigidaire GLER341A Electric Dryer

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Frigidaire electric dryer catches clothes at the edge of the drum


If the clothes catch on the drum edge the felt seal is worn out , and the squeak could be the bearing the drum rest on or the belt tentioner , it may need oiled , you can buy the felt seal replacement kits online and they are not hard to install.
Hope this helps.
Phil

Apr 10, 2009 | Frigidaire FDE436RE Dryer

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Real bad squeaking noise in dryer


Yes check the brake. Just open the back panel and look under the machine. Check the brake latch and make sure that when the unit starts to spin that the brake backs itself off and also make sure that the bad is not worn down. If it is then replace it. A few screws and off it comes. To check the pulley and the belt there is really no wrong way to do it. First look at the belt and make sure that it is not cracked or really smooth. If that checks out ok then make sure that it is attached to the pulley fully and that the pulley is not bent

Feb 13, 2009 | Maytag Performa PAV2200

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Rfrigidaire dryer making a squeaking noise but works fine


hi. thanks for the question .the front bearing and the back bearing is worn. replace these 2 parts. to replace.lift the top. remove front. replace front bearing undo belt . remove the drum . replace the back bearing. thanks the appliance doc

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