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#1 waterboy

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Posted 15 July 2008 - 03:49 AM

Ohayo gozaimasu;

I have a three year old Whirlpool of modest product lineage (not cheap, but not space-age, either). My wife made the cardinal mistake of calling a repairman last summer when it started blowing cold air. He replaced the heating element, and informed us that the drum was "bent". It has always been on the noisy side, but it seems to be gradually getting louder (as if being repeatedly tossed would increase the deformation of a metal piece - weird). Kind of annoying, since it was purchased new at Sears, and now it has been too long to complain. Anyone know if this sounds like the drum, or the drum rollers, or any other arcane dryer giblets that might needs replacin'?

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Posted 15 July 2008 - 03:57 AM

Could be either or some other problem, gonna just have to take it apart to see what is damaged inside, need the eyeballs on this one..
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