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MY WHIRLPOOL IED4400SQ0 DRYER IS SQUEALING?

SOON AS U START IT, IT STARTS SQUEALING AN THEN IT GETS LOUDER AN LOUDER

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Could either be the drum rollers or the idler pulley have to remove the drum the idler pulley is the one that maintains tension on the drum belt

Posted on Sep 06, 2014

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Most likely the rear drum bearing is worn. There's a "ball and socket" arrangement that supports the drum at the rear and a repair kit for it. Part #5303281153. Should run around $25.fe7bd93.jpg

Posted on Dec 28, 2007

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check the idler pulley and the rear tub rollers first

Posted on May 31, 2008

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Probably a slipping belt.  Either overloaded or the belt is drying out.

Posted on Nov 23, 2008

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The belt may be worn and squealing because it is slipping.  When it warms up it stops slipping.  It will have to be replaced soon. A worn bearing on a support wheel could also cause intermittent noise.

Posted on May 29, 2009

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SOURCE: it starts to squeak as soon as you turn it on and

I have a kenmore elite he4 dryer and I have pulled the bottom front panel off and can see the pulley but it hard to reach. What do i need to pull off to access the pulley?

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