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GE dryer squeaking only when it turns with clothes inside. Is has been sprayed with white lithium grease.

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Replace the rear drum bearing. WE3X75

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It is hard to say without hearing the noise for myself, but my best educated guess would be that the dryer drum bearing needs to be lubricated. You should lubricate it with white lithium grease, about 1.5 ounces of it.

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