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The voice coil(s) of the speakers (replace the individual failed speakers as you can't replace the voice coil separately) or the amplifier's output transistors / vacuum tubes - or - both. That was a loud and potentially expensive scream.
Is it cleaning as good as it used to? 1) If not there may be an air leak. A crack or a hole will allow air to rush in. The motor will make a louder noise when not under load. 2) Have you changed house locations, ie Country? Diffferent house voltage will cause this screaming.