Question about Dryers
Here are a few ideas for you to try... first off.. are you sure the dryer is properly leveled on the floor? ( meaning : the adjustable feet are making contact with the floor in all four points and the dryer itself is level front to back; side to side).. If that's ok.. try cycling the dryer without clothes in it to see if it still makes that noise.. If it does, your pulley system may need to be adjusted, if not ..then try cycling it with a smaller load of clothes than you normally do to see if it still makes more noise than expected. If it does.. you pulley or drum guide rollers ( if so equipped) may need to be adjusted... Hope that helps...
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
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