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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.

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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.

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Dryer front drum support glide. Order 2 when repairing the dryer. Be aware it requires a rivet tool to install the new glide and the tool must be purchased locally.

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$17.75

Dryer drum glide pad. Drum glides help to support the front of the dryer drum as it rotates. If the drum glides are worn out, the dryer will be noisy. Because the glides wear out at the same time, you should replace all of the glides together.

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Dryer felt pad for drum glide. Fits under drum glide, peel and stick

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Dryer drum glide. These drum glides help to support the front of the dryer drum as it rotates. Sold individually. It is recommended to replace both at one time.

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$48.65

Front upper felt glide pad. Includes nylon glides, adhesive, and installation instructions. These drum glides help to support the front of the dryer drum as it rotates.

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$16.00

Drum front drum slide. This drum slide helps to support the front of the dryer drum as it rotates.. If the drum slides are worn out, the dryer will become noisy during operation. Because the drum slides wear out at the same rate, we recommend replacing all of the slides at the same time.

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Quality Dryer Parts From Repair Clinic

Finding your clothing still damp after the dryer has run for sixty minutes may be the textbook definition of disappointing. Before you give up on the appliance in favor of stringing up a clothesline, you should know that there are specific replaceable dryer parts that can cause the dryer not to heat up. Troubleshooting why this happens will largely depend on whether the appliance is a gas or an electric model.

Repair Clinic stocks all the appliance replacement parts that can keep your gas or electric dryer heating properly, including igniters, gas valve solenoids, heating elements, thermal fuses, and cycling thermostats. To find the right matching part, enter the full model number of the appliance in the Repair Clinic website search bar, then use the part category and part title filters to home in on the exact part you need. While Repair Clinic carries dryer parts for all the top brands including KenmoreGEWhirlpoolMaytagElectroluxLG, and Samsung, you’ll want to make sure you’re selecting a part that is directly associated with your dryer model.

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