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Replacing your General Electric Dryer Rear Drum Bearing Kit
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Rear Drum Bearing Kit WE25M40

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PartSelect Number PS267529
Manufacturer Part Number WE25M40
Manufactured by GE
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Rear Drum Bearing Kit Specifications

This rear drum bearing kit includes a shaft, ground strap, bearing, seven screws, and installation instructions. The bearing plate comes with a slot in it for the ground strap. This part helps keep your dryer running as smoothly as possible with as little noise as possible by supporting the back of the dryer drum and reducing friction as the drum rotates. Over time, your drum bearing will wear out, cause your dryer to be noisy, and you will have to replace it. There may be some sharp internal parts, so be sure to wear work gloves during repair.
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Replacing your General Electric Dryer Rear Drum Bearing Kit

Replacing your General Electric Dryer Rear Drum Bearing Kit
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This part fixes the following symptoms:
Noisy | Marks left on clothes
This part works with the following products:
Dryer, Washer Dryer Combo.
This part works with the following products:
General Electric, Hotpoint, Kenmore, RCA.
Part# WE25M40 replaces these:
AP2619300, 784658, WE25M40, WE01X0462, WE01X0463, WE02X0195, WE03M0015, WE03M0065, WE03X0022, WE03X0028, WE03X0031, WE03X0035, WE03X0036, WE03X0039, WE03X0065, WE11X0056, WE11X0062, WE11X56, WE11X62, WE1X462 , WE1X463, WE25M0040, WE25X0062, WE25X0205, WE25X205, WE25X205E, WE25X205R, WE25X62, WE25X62R, WE2X195, WE2X195D, WE3M15, WE3M65, WE3X22, WE3X28, WE3X31, WE3X35, WE3X36, WE3X39, WE3X65 Show less
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Dryer was making increasingly loud "thumping" sound.
Parts were shipped quickly, packaged correctly, and were in original GM packages - very reassuring. BTW, your customer service is excellent.
Reviewed YouTube videos.
Patience is required, take your time, take photos of the wires and also make a written wiring chart. This was the flaw in my planning. Reference the schematics from PartsSelect to number the controls. Do NOT use masking tape to identify the wires as they will have all stuck together by the time you go to reinstall them.
Most difficult process was removing and identifying the numerous wires to the back panel. They have push connectors, but some were very difficult to remove. The people doing the "how to" videos no doubt had them partially released and that made it look easy. Examine the connectors before removing to identify how they are captured by the connector. A paper clip "tool" I made enabled me to release some of the capture lugs, but some were so tight, I had to use small needle-nose pliers to open up the lug to release the wire on the connector.
When reinstalling, re-tighten those connectors.
Replacing the parts was much easier than the wiring disconnect/reconnect process. I'm happy to report that replacing the rear bearing and the front 2 green and 2 white shim/bearings immediately and completely solved my problem. For about $150, I restored my dryer to "like-new" functionality and got a lot of satisfaction from doing it. The project took about 4 hours, which could have been reduced to 2 hours had I know about the clip release and wiring identification process. Also, make sure you thoroughly vacuum out your unit while it is disassembled. Good luck!!!
Other Parts Used:
BEARING SLIDE BELT DRIVE Drum Glide Bearing - White Rear Drum Bearing Kit
  • mike from SUMMERVILLE, SC
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    More than 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Pliers, Screw drivers, Wrench (Adjustable)
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Excessive Drum Noise While Drying Clothes
The PartSelect company's "how to" repair videos are OUTSTANDING. Thank you! The videos provided a comprehensive overview of what to expect in terms of clothes dryer disassembly, component replacement and reassembly. The videos were invaluable tutorials for prior-to-disassembly work.

I ordered all the following parts which I felt were likely excessively worn--white and green bearing slides (two of each required), rear drum bearing kit, drive belt, and idler pulley wheel--to address the noisiness issue.

For your consideration: Since our dryer is 12 years old and would be disassembled anyway, I decided to order a new dryer drum belt and idler pulley, to replace these two constant-use items as preventive maintenance.

Two notes.
One: When replacing the dryer drum bearing parts, you need a T25 torx bit to loosen and remove the three torx-head screws. But using my T25 torx bit-head-style screwdriver, it was impossible to loosen them. Fortunately, I had a T25 torx bit, which I could mount in a socket wrench, which DID allow me to loosen those three torx-head screws without damage/breakage. WHEW! Recommend you are similarly prepared!
Two: If you purchase the "Rear Drum Bearing Kit," it already comes with the the "Drum Bearing Sleeve" and "Retainer O-Ring" components I thought I would also need--no need to purchase separately. I returned those two items, unopened, for a refund.

All together, from dryer disassembly to, component replacement, to a thorough vacuuming/cleaning, to reassembly and an operational check, it took about four hours. The dryer is now nearly noiseless again! Success!

I consider myself reasonably good with tools and have a fair amount of electrical and mechanical skill. My wife assisted with extra hands a couple times, too, seriously reducing my frustration level. Depending on your abilities, you'll take more time or less time than the four hours it took me. I'm certain I saved at least a couple hundred dollars by doing this maintenance myself.

In summary, the PartSelect person taking my order was knowledgeable and professional, I received my parts two days after ordering, the parts worked perfectly, and the company refunded my two, unopened returned parts promptly. Overall, a terrific experience. I highly recommend them to any capable do-it-yourselfer.

Thanks, PartSelect!
Other Parts Used:
Drum Bearing Slide - Green (Sold individually) BELT DRIVE Drum Bearing Slide - White (Sold individually) Rear Drum Bearing Kit Idler Pulley Wheel
  • DENNIS from RALEIGH, NC
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    More than 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set
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Squeaking
Replace the front and rear bearings. When I have to do it again I will only order (3106), (313), 2x (316) green, 2x (316) white, and drive belt. Taking it apart and putting it back together was easy. Unplug the unit. Take out the 2 philips screws that hold on the top. Lift the top from the front to clear the locking tabs in the back and take it off. Take out the 2 5/16 screws that hold on the front. Tilt the front (door) forward and rest the drum on the dryer sides, you'll see it. Disconnect the wiring harness for the light and door switch, 2 wires. Lift the front off the bottom retaining clips and place aside. Have someone hold up the drum. Reach under and unhook the drive belt. Pull out the drum assembly. Take off the rear bearing, 3 screws. Clean out the heating element area in the back of the dryer while you have a chance. Replace the bearing assembly. I bought the entire bearing assembly but I could have gotten away with just the sleeve ( 3106), but I didn't know that at the time. Take off and replace the drive belt. Lock the tension arm for the drive belt into the compressed position shelf holder by the motor, push the arm down, you'll see it. Replace the drum and have someone hold it up while you rehook the drive belt and release the tension arm. Now, I would suggest replacing the entire front bearing. If the slides have been bad for a while, the plastic bearing (housing) is probably worn out and cracked. I had to order a front bearing assembly because the new slides wouldn't work with the worn out assembly, no big deal, it came quick. Unscrew the light bulb. Slowly pull the assembly away from the top of the front metal panel, slowly, and pay attention to where everything lines up. Replace the new front bearing and put the new slides on the little plastic tabs, be careful so you don't snap them off. Green on top, white on the sides. Replace the lightbulb. Set the front panel into place on the tabs at the bottom of the dryer. Rehook the door wires (2), and have someone hold up the drum while you slide the front bearing into the drum. Holding the front panel in place, turn the drum by hand and check for binding, things that don't sound or look right. Replace the 2 nuts to hold on the front. Plug it in, keep your hands back, turn it on, look, listen, everything fine. Open door, unplug, replace the top and the 2 screws that hold it on. Plug in, turn it on and check for any noise, you shouldn't hear any. If you do, you didn't do something right or maybe your drive pulleys are bad. A good dad and son job; especially getting on the ground and reaching under to deal with the drive belt. Watch out for sharp edges on the sheet metal and be slow and careful with the front plastic bearing so it doesn't snap. Your now good for 5 more years. A 2 on the difficulty scale, just take it slow and have an extra set of hands.
Other Parts Used:
Drum Bearing Slide - Green (Sold individually) BELT DRIVE Drum Bearing Slide - White (Sold individually) Rear Drum Bearing Kit
  • Bryon from PASADENA, MD
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Screw drivers
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Squeaky dryer
I followed the YouTube video and it gave me step by step instructions however I really needed to replace my dryer slides to fix the problem.
  • Shelly from MURFREESBORO, TN
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    1- 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers, Socket set
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DRIER LEAVING BLACK MARKS ON CLOTHING SQUEALING NOISES WHEN RUNNING
Watched all the videos replacing the described that were noted when I looked up the noises my drier was making then after watching all the videos i got my tools and took apart the drier and confirmed the parts were indeed warn out and needed replacing I then listed all the parts I needed and ordered them took a few days to get the parts but once I had them I put the drier back together now my 12 year old drier runs like new
Other Parts Used:
Lint Filter - White Frame Dryer Lint Chute Assembly FELT TRAP DUCT Drum Bearing Slide - Green (Sold individually) Front Drum Bearing Rear Drum Bearing Kit
  • scott from ALTON, NH
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    More than 2 hours
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Dryer was making intermittent, loud, moaning and whistling-screeching noises (temporarily relieved by squirtin lubricant through the drum holes towards the bearing).
I used a flat head, a phillips head, and two sizes of sockets with my screwdriver to complete this project. I initially undid the control panel, but I don't think I needed to. I next took out two long screws that were holding the top of the cabinet on. These screws were just inside the doorway, directly above where the door sits when closed. I took the top off and set it aside. Being careful to mark which wire went to which lead, I undid the leads to the door open/closed switch. I next found two, black, hex-end screws, one each on the upper sides, towards the front, and undid these with a socket end on the screwdriver; being careful not to drop them as they came out. I then tilted the front panel out and up and set it aside. Note that the front opening holds the drum up so it can spin. Next, I tilted the front of the drum up, and pulled it outwards, till bearing at the back pulled out of the socket, and the drum dropped down enough that I could push the belt off the back of the drum. I then pulled the drum out through the front opening. I could see that the bearing was mostly worn away and metal was rubbing on metal. On the drum, I took off the air diffuser and the drum's half of the bearing assembly, and attached the new part of the bearing assembly, where the old one was. There was a metal disk that I was careful to reinsert in its former spot. I tried to make sure that all screws were tightened with equal force. Then I removed the entire bearing housing/blower assembly by undoing the outer screws that attached it ti the back wall of the cabinet, I rotated it outward at the top , pivoting around the compression fitting (no screws) at the base. I then removed the back half of the bearing housing, and replaced it. I needed to screw in the screws from the front while holding the spring-clip-thing in place (once installed, you can stick your finger through the hole in the bearing housing and feel the clip right behind it). I took this opportunity to clean all the excess lint out of the cabinet. I then replaced everything in reverse order until I got to the drum. I put the belt loosely arounf the drum, with the grooved/ridged side facing in. Then put the bearing (with drum), back in the socket. Feeling through the hole under the front of the drum, take the belt where it hangs off the drum TO YOUR RIGHT, run it under then up around the left side of the small pulley, then pull it to the right (above the small pulley) and around the right side of the big (tensioner) pulley, and let go. Note that there is a swithch in the tensioner that won't switch on unless there is enough tension on the belt! Put the front back on, lifting up the barrel from the inside, so that the barrel opening slides around the outside of the front's assembly. Ours seemed to fit more tightly than it had previously, into the felt padding around to bottom of the front assembly, but it seems to work fine? Screw in the two black, hex-head screws from the sides into the front, and re-attach the door-switch wires. Turn it on (carefully) to make sure it runs. Then attach the top, using the two long screws up through the door opening into the top. Ours is working much better than before - hotter, faster, quieter! Should we have lubricated the bearing with lithium grease?
  • BJ from WHEAT RIDGE, CO
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    More than 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers, Socket set
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Dryer was making a loud noise while running
Easy repair, but did take a little longer than anticipated due to the extra cleaning that I did while the dryer was disassembled (highly recommend). First, unplug the power cord. Then, open the door, and locate the two screws in the upper corners, and remove. This will allow you to remove the top cover. Be careful and work the top panel up and down to loosen the control panel tabs, and set aside top panel. Next, remove the two screws located near the top on the inside of the front panel. Removing these two screws will allow you to lean the front panel forward, lift up, releasing the tabs holding the bottom of the panel. Be careful when you pull the front panel from the dryer as you will need to lift the drum off of the front bearing which is attached to the front panel as it is removed. You will also need to use your needle nose pliers to remove the wires prior to setting the panel aside. The wires are straight forward and power the light at the top, and the safety door switch. I always take a picture with my phone's camera just to validate when I re-connect them. Reaching underneath the drum you will be able to feel the belt and belt tensioner pulley. With both hands under the drum, use one hand to push the pulley to the right, releasing tension on the belt. Move the belt out of the groove, and let it hang freely. Now from the top of the drum, bump the drum to loosen, and remove from the cabinet. It is a tight fit, so you will need to spread the sides slightly in order to remove the drum. Next, remove the 3 screws holding the heat diffuser in the rear of the drum in order to remove the rear drum bearing. (Tip: It would be nice to have a helper hold the new drum bearing in place when starting the screws, and it also helped to tighten each a little at a time to keep the new bearing flat as it was drawn up next to the drum.) Tighten the screws holding the new bearing in place. Next, remove the 4 small screws holding the heating element housing to the rear of the dryer. (Tip: Rather than disconnecting the wires, I used a bent coat hanger to hold the housing while I removed the bearing retainer and clip from the rear of the housing.) Remove the 4 screws holding the bearing retainer and clip, and replace with you new part, paying close attention to the clip's position, and tighten. Replace the housing to the rear of the dryer. (Tip: Now is a good time to familiarize yourself with the belt and tensioner pulley for reassembly. Also, it may be a good idea to look at your belt, and replace as needed.) Next, reinstall the drum and insert the new bearing shaft into the new bearing housing. Using both hands again, reach underneath the drum, locate the tensioner pulley, and belt. Push the tensioner pulley over to the right, and move belt over the pulley on the motor, and behind the tensioner pulley. The belt should be tight. If not, inspect to ensure that the belt is over the motor pulley, and the tensioner pulley. Next step is to reinstall the front panel. I also spent the extra money and replaced the front drum bearing, and slides. Please note that the green slides are on top, and the white slides are on the bottom. Lift the panel over the tabs, lean forward while lifting the tub, resting the tub on the front bearing. Reinstall two screws in the upper corners, and tighten the front panel back in place. Now is a good time to turn the drum to ensure that the belt is in place, and that the drum turns correctly. (Tip: If your dryer is equipped with a light, you may also want to replace the bulb in the front panel (if needed) prior to attaching the front panel.) Reinstall the top panel by aligning the tabs in the control panel with the top panel, being careful not to bend the tabs. Next, open the front door and use the 2 long screws to reattach the top panel to the front panel. Plug in power cord.
  • Carlton from Bedford, TX
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    1- 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Pliers, Screw drivers
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Rear drum bearing gone (only 4 years old). Decided to replace belt while I was at it.
I first watched the video on how to. Being mechecanically inclined I dismantled and removed everything needed to replace the drum bearing. Also removed belt at the same time. I replaced the bearing, then the belt. The belt could be a little tricky for some people. Getting the belt on the tension pulley could be a problem. What I did was I got a large nylon tie and put it around the armature of the motor. I then retracted the pulley just enough to be able to slip the belt over it. Of course this is all performed through the limited space on the bottom left, between the drum and the dryer shell. Once on the pulley, I cut the tie with wire cutters and it snapped into place. Rotated the drum a couple of times to line the belt with the pulley, perfect. I then put everything back together. I also cleaned any and all the lint that had gathered throughout the exhaust. Pluged the dryer in, perfect. Just like new. One more note getting the parts was so easy also. Your website and how to demo was a great help. Thank you, thank you very much. The words of the late Elvis Presley. They never get old.
Other Parts Used:
BELT DRIVE Rear Drum Bearing Kit
  • Robert from Salem, MA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    More than 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers, Socket set
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It was making a loud noise
First of all, I am a women...I read where it was probably my rear bearings so I ordered the part, it came in just right, then I replaced it put it all back together, and with the computers help, got it going, belt back on and all and then turned it on and walah it still made a loud noise. Shucks, so I read more and it said it could be the front bearings which I should have tried first but didn't read it first. Ordered part and put it on and wallah, that wasn't it. The noise sounded like the paper in a bicycle spoke so I checked the fan. There was the problem. The fan had so much dryer lint behind it it was forcing it against the housing making a noise. Cleaned it removed all the new unnessary parts and re-boxed them and put it back together but just before I put it together the door fell and two wires came loose so I plugged them back in and put the wrong one in the wrong place cause when I plugged the dryer in sparks went everywhere!!!! I need a man now!!! Scared of electricity!! Sure wish I knew if the noise was fixed :).
  • susan from Cypress, TX
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    More than 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Screw drivers, Socket set
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The dryer squeaked during operation.
Watch the video located at the bottom of the Rear drum bearing kit. It is very clear and comprehensive in installing all parts. My only warning is when removing the 4 screwws from the assy. that holds the elecdtric heater elements....take your time! One slip and you could break a heater coil. Go slow and you won't. Do not skip this step as my squeak came from the bearing race behind the electric coil panel. Watch the video. I replaced the drive belt, rear drum bearing, front drum bearing slide and two whit bearing slides and two dark slides. After I reassembled everything the dryer worked perfectly. No squeak. Also there is NO NEED for any type of lube. The bearings are made of teflon. You will save a hundred dollars in labor by doing the job yourself...and you can do it!
Other Parts Used:
Drum Bearing Slide - Green (Sold individually) BELT DRIVE Front Drum Bearing Drum Bearing Slide - White (Sold individually) Rear Drum Bearing Kit
  • Thomas from Fort Myers, FL
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    1- 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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Ron
April 23, 2018
Dryer only makes grinding, squeaking sound with clothes in it. W/o clothes it runs quietly. Would this be a rear bearing problem or could it be something else also?
For model number HTDX100EM1WW
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Hi Ron, Thank you for your question. If the dryer is making a squeaking noise, there are some parts that you will need to check to see which ones are causing the issue. You will need to check the drum bearing slides, the front drum bearing, the duct felt seal, the rear drum bearing kit and the drive belt. I hope this helps. Thank you and have a great day!

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Brenda
October 5, 2017
How can i determine for sure which parts i need for the symptom 'does not tumble'? I know for sure that i need the front bearing and slides that apparently attach to this bearing with adhesive or something. However i do not know if i need additional parts. When i start the dryer, the motor runs but the tumbler does not rotate unless i stop the motor and adjust the worn plastic front bearing (pulling it toward the front slightly)... after which it will turn. i know my belt is ok, but wonder about the pulleys. when the front panel is off the dryer should there be anything that holds the barrel up level? do you think replacing the front bearing will do the trick? i'm also a bit unsure as to the number of slides to get and whether or not i need to just purchase the slide or the slide kit. i do not see where a slide kit (with the metal bracket) would go.
For model number DBLR333ET0WW
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Hi Brenda, Thank you for your question. It sounds like you have figured out what parts are causing your issue. You can also check the rear drum bearing as well. The pulley would be easy to check. If you are able to spin your drum after adjusting your slides, then the pulley is fine. The belt runs over the pulley, so if it was not working you would not be able to spin your drum. Most dryers have anywhere between 2-4 slides. Good luck with your repair.

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Jennifer
December 12, 2018
Dryer is making a loud noise like shoes are in it or something heavy and bulky. Would that be a bearing or belt issue?
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Hello Jennifer, Thank you for the question. This sounds like an issue with the Rear Drum Bearing. If the belt was bad the drum would not tumble. Thank you for your inquiry, good luck with this repair!

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Richard
June 11, 2019
Replaced front bearing,rear bearing, drive belt. Dryer still has loud racheting sound coming fron bottom left side unit.
For model number DBXR463GD2WW
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Hello Richard, thank you for inquiring. You will want to consider either the Duct Felt Seal part PS9861764, the Idler Pulley Wheel part PS265721, or the Drive Motor part PS1559768. We hope this helps.

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Debbie
February 18, 2018
Change the rotary start. Dryer will not start. If you hold the knob down the heat comes on. But the tumblr does not turn. What can be the problem,? I thought changing the rotary start would solve my problem but it did not. Please offer another suggestion.
For model number Dbsr453eb3ww
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Hello Debbie, thank you for your question. This issue could be caused by a few different parts. I would suggest checking the Drive Belt PartSelect Number: PS1766009 as well as the Interlock Switch PartSelect Number: PS1481922 and the Drive Motor PartSelect Number: PS1559768 first. I hope this helps!

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John
December 28, 2021
Will this part work with this model number ? I am having great difficulty finding the proper rear bearing kit for this model of dryer. The serial number is RD862924C Thank you!
For model number GTDP490GD4WS
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Hello John, Thank you for your inquiry. We have researched the model number you have provided and confirm that this part is compatible. If you need help placing an order, customer service is open 7 days a week. Please feel free to give us a call. We look forward to hearing from you!

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John
November 8, 2019
Hi i want to fix my dryer but unsure what all i'll need. It has a high pitch short squeak every rotation. Also if it had a heavy load it seems fine. But when it dries and gets lighter it vibrates really bad. When you open the door it seems to be very jerky/grinding to a halt.
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Hello John, thank you for writing. Replacing this Rear Drum Bearing Kit may fix the issue, but you will also want to consider the Drum Bearing Slide, part number PS755842, and the Drum Bearing Slide, part number PS6447706 for your dryer. Good luck with your repair!

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Cory
December 11, 2019
The dryer has been squeaking for some time. Looking into it i noticed the drum is leaning forward towards the door and has rubbed into the plastic around the door. Is there supports in the front i can replace? I’m also planning on replacing the rear bearing and belt.
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Hello Cory, thank you for your question. If the rear drum bearing is failing and the drum is leaning forward, the rear bearing should be replaced, as well as the front top bearing PartSelect Number: PS1766010 and you may want to check the slides which are PartSelect Number: PS755842 and PartSelect Number: PS6447706. I hope this helps!

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Tom
July 7, 2021
Hello, I see you have the whole kit, but I need the rear bearing only. Can you let me know p/n and if it's in stock? Thx.
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Hello Tom, Thank you for the question. Very sorry, the Rear Bearing is only sold as part of the Kit. We hope this helps!

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Debby
August 15, 2022
Dryer is making a loud noise like shoes are in it or something heavy and bulky, also squeaks. Would that be a bearing or belt issue? We have replaced the Rear Bearing and all slides are good. They were replaced previously along with the belt.
For model number GE Dryer #DBXR453EV0WW
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Hi Debby, Thank you for your question. If your dryer is still making a noise after replacing these parts, you will need to check the front drum bearing, the idler pulley, the foam seal and the baffle. We have included a link that you may reference on how to check these parts. Once you have determined the part you need, please feel free to call customer service. We are open 7 days a week and anyone will be happy to assist you. We look forward to hearing from you!

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