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Hi, if I remember correctly this model originally came with 2 faceplates so the controls can still be easily accessed, when the dryer was installed upside down on a wall. Most dryers can be run upside down, or even on their side as I done in the past with my Hoover 5030D, so the problem would lie elsewhere.
All appliances must be installed, used, and also transported and stored with the top side up.
If the dryer is turned upside down the weight of the drum, motor and other parts will not be sustained anymore by the rollers and other structural parts located inside the appliance. The dryer will start, but it will break down after a short usage.
There should be two rectangular holes about 2mm wide and 10-12mm long. There is a wall mount bracket [D470] which you install against the wall and then the hardest part is getting the dryer on the bracket.
Obviously when installing the bracket make sure that the wall and the screws can hold at least 30kgs.
doubt if squeak is related to not drying. if you are getting heat (you say heating element is ok) take out condensor and hose it down till thoroughly free of lint. check appliance has adequate ventilation as well