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 Posted: Thu Sep 23rd, 2010 10:04 pm
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I have a Whirlpool duet model number WED9200SQ0 front load.  We have had the dryer for 3 years it has worked good.  The about 3 weeks ago it start makeing a squealing noise when it is running after it has warmed up it will stop squealing until it stops and starts back up.  I have cleaned all the lint out from under the drum.  I oil the pulleys and the motot and it was working fine until today so it worked for a boyut a week after I oiled it. 

 

I was wondering what else I can do to stop the squealing.  Is there anything i could replace.

 

I apprecaite all the help i can get.

 

Thanks,

Dan

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It's either going to be the motor, idler pulley, or the rollers (as you've already looked at)

Just gotta figure out which one is the culprit.

non of those parts require lubrication, lubrication will only attract lint to build up faster thus causing the part to fail quicker.

If your motor isn't the cause this kit is the most economical way to go.


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