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LEQ6000ES0 Frigidaire Front Load Dryer rumbling


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#1 weswayne

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Posted Today, 08:22 AM

Turned the dryer on and started making a loud "rumbling" noise while the drum was rotating.

 

Replaced rear drum support. Ran dryer after replacement and seemed fine.

 

New belt also and restrung the heating element coil (per request).

 

Got a call back saying dryer has the same "rumbling" noise and "LOC" is on the display and dryer will not start.

 

To clear the "LOC", press Options and Select at the same time and hold for 10 seconds.

 

Anyone with a suggestion as to what else would cause the drum to "rumble" and cause a "LOC" to show up on control board.



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#2 Applianceman97

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Posted Today, 09:46 AM

Loc just means the control board lock is on.

Check the blower wheel for cracks. Rumbling can also come from a dryer sheet stuck in the blower wheel.

Edited by Applianceman97, Today, 09:47 AM.

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#3 weswayne

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Posted Today, 12:57 PM

Meant to say "front door glass" instead of front load dryer in the topic. Duh.

 

Will check the blower wheel. I will be back out later to give another look.

 

Thinking maybe the corner of the felt is catching the drum . Don't see much else as far as the rotation.

 

If I need to change the felt seal, there is a High-Temp adhesive that comes with the lower felt seal. The upper felt seal is more expensive and the adhesive is sold separately.

 

Is there an equivalent High-Temp adhesive I can purchase at a hardware store or autozone.






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