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Whirlpool Thin Twin Model LT7000XUNO stack unit

All of a sudden Dryer made horrible noise when turned on....like something came loose...at first, I thought something was in with the clothes clanging around. I turned it off immediately, found nothing then thought something had come loose holding drum in place and it should not be run until fixed. Strangely enough I just tried it now to report to you whether heat was coming on and drum was turning and find it is no longer making that noise...heat comes on and drum turns. Still feel something may be wrong....or loose. Any suggestions?

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Ithink I have the lt7000xuno
something got jamed in it now the drum won't turn mabe spun abelt or is there a cut off switch?

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