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Replacing the rear bearing in a GE / Frigidaire dryer

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Friggidaire used to make dyers for GE (example model number: WSM2700HBWWW) back when GE was too busy building shoddy Mark 1 nuclear power plants to build their own shoddy dryers; those came later... and they're pretty damn shoddy. The Frigidaire-built units were better though not nearly as good as the Whirlpool units with the lint filter i the top panel.

Anyway, if your dryer Frigidaire-built GE dryer is making a squeeling noise in back, you probably need to replace the rear bearing kit.

This unit is made by Frigidaire, here's a link to the bearing kit which includes a how-to video:

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Source: GE WSM2700HBWWW replace rear bearing