Making Noises
Performa Electric Dryer

Learn How To Fix A Making Noises Performa Electric Dryer

In this making noises Performa electric dryer page you will find the videos that will show you the parts that you will need to check when your Performa electric dryer is making noises. Make sure that you watch the videos a few times until you know how to check & replace the parts. 

Taking the dryer apart

The first thing that you need to learn to be able to fix your Performa dryer is how to take it apart and how to put it back together again properly. Check the video below to learn how to do that.

The blower wheel

The blower wheel is used to circulate the air inside of the drum. If any item falls inside of the blower housing or if the blower wheel wears off. The dryer is going to be noisy

The drum rear support rollers

The drum ride on top of 2 drum rollers located on the back panel of the dryer. When the drum rollers wear out the dryer starts to run noisy and the longer you use it like that the noisier it will get. Check the video in this making noises Performa electric dryer page a few times until you know how to do the repairs properly.

The front drum glides

The dryer use 2 front drum Teflon glides the the drum slides on them. With time and usage the glides wear out and the drum starts to ride on the metal and becomes very noisy.

The drum seals

These dryers use 2 drum seals to stop the air from escaping to the outside and also to make sure that the drum won't ride metal to metal. These dryers us a front and a rear drum seals.

The drum baffles

The drum baffles are use to separate the clothes when they are tumbling. This way they air could pass thru the clothes and dry the clothes faster. A broken drum baffles could be very noisy.

The motor

The bearings inside of the motor could get dry and start to make squeaking noises.

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