How to Fix a GE Dryer That Squeaks?

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When fixing a squeaky GE dryer remove the cover on top together with its front panel in regards to the manual. Next remove screws on the face of the drum connecting sides of the dryer with screwdriver. Push the idler winch towards the left to discharge the belt tension. Raise the face of the drum with one hand grabbing the belt using the other. Examine the dryer drum rollers by trying to rotate them using your hand. Lastly, get rid of the defective roller, replace the drum and belt back in the dryer and reattach the drum via screws.
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1. Remove the top cover and front panel of the dryer according to your model's owner's manual. If you no longer have the owner's manual, you might be able to obtain one on the GE
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Find what is making the problem and then call the business you bought it from.
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1. Unplug the power cord of the GE dryer. 2. Remove the three screws attaching the control panel cover to the top panel. Lift the cover up and toward the back of the dryer to remove
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1. Unplug the dryer. Loosen the screw heads that are on the inside of the opening where the door is, front facing up. Remove the top panel. 2. Reach down inside the open dryer, loosen
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