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LOUD SOUND WHEN DRYING BUT NOT A RUMBLING SOUND I'M THINKING IT IS THE BLOWER FAN, BUT DON'T KNOW HOW TO GET AT IT AND IF IT POSSIBLY JUST NEEDS OILING

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There are two screws or maybe three in the front of the dryer at the bottom . There is a bit of a lip near the bottom and the screws are located on the underside of the lip.take out the screws and the whole panel lifts up giving you access to the entire works of the machine. If it is a broken wheel and the bearings are worn on one of the wheels you should replace the whole set as the others will wear substantially faster if you dint change them as well. good luck!

Posted on Oct 07, 2010

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