Dryer drum slide. There are two of these needed on your dryer. These go on the inner most slots on the front bearing. Sold individually will need to purchase two*. The drum slides support the front of the dryer drum instead of rollers or bearings. As they wear out the dryer will make more noise.
Dryer drum slide. There are two of these needed on your dryer. The dryer's drum slides help to support the front of the drum as it rotates. If the drum slides are worn out, the dryer will be noisy. Because the slides wear out at the same rate, we recommend replacing all of the slides together.
Dryer drum drive belt, 89-1/2 inches long, 4 ribs. The drive belt is a very long, slender belt that wraps all the way around the dryer drum, around a tension pulley, and then around the drive motor pulley. If the drum will not turn when the dryer is turned on the belt is likely broken.
Dryer drum seal for the lower front. If the seal is worn the drum glides are likely worn and may need to be replaced. See related items below.
Top drum support bearing. If the dryer is noisy or squeaking then the slides are likely worn and both slides and this bearing will need to be replaced.
Dryer lint filter. Keeping the filter clean is vital to dryer operation.
Control knob assembly in white. This knob is used on both washing machines and dryers. For models GTDP180ED and GTDX180ED, you will need to use part number WE01X20374 instead.
Dryer upper drum bearing without slides. If the dryer is noisy or squeaking then the slides are likely worn and both slides and this bearing will need to be replaced.
Rear drum bearing kit. *Bearing plate has slot in it for ground strap. The drum bearing supports the rear of the dryer drum. Over time, the drum bearing wears out. If the drum bearing is worn out, the dryer may make noise.
Dryer idler pulley wheel. If the pulley wheel is worn down, it may cause the dryer to be excessively noisy.
Dryer timer knob assembly in white with chrome accent ring and black indicator. The knob has a D shaped shaft and is 2-3/4 inches in diameter.
Dryer drum rear bearing sleeve.
Front bulkhead assembly with moisture sensor bars.
Gas dryer igniter assembly with bracket and wire harness. If the dryer does not heat then the igniter may have burned out. The burned spot is normally visible. Be aware the igniter is very fragile.
Dryer rotary start switch. If the start switch is defective, the dryer won't start. To determine if the start switch is defective, use a multimeter to test it for continuity.