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Stuck clothes Let me preface this by saying that the picture was close with this model number but I actually have 417-81142000 as the model number on my dryer. It's roughly 5 years old and it's ruining my clothes. They get stuck as the drum rotates and the heat burns them. Collars, the end of rags,socks....it's not picky. The drum seems to be loose. It "leans" forward onto the front of the dryer causing a gap to form at the bottom of the drum that closes up as it leans into the top. The clothes get stuck as the gap closes and BAM burned and nasty. I'm sure there is something that holds the drum in place but simply removing the top did not reveal it to me.

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  • kybo Jan 11, 2009

    Clothes get stuck in the front between the drum and the dryer....burns them up.......it will grab onto any piece of clothing and continue drying but hang onto the item it caugh

  • tenvolt May 11, 2010

    Did this help? I have the same problem with a stacked front-loading dryer.

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There are durm glides that support the front part # 5303937139
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