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Thread: LG DLGX3371W Dryer Cabinet Squeaking/Creaking

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    Default LG DLGX3371W Dryer Cabinet Squeaking/Creaking

    Model Number: DLGX3371W
    Brand: LG
    Age: Less than 1 year

    Just had this installed and noticed the cabinet of the dryer is making some awful creaking noises (think rubber on metal) when I push buttons , put any weight on the top of the cabinet or run the dryer with a moderately heavy load.

    It's definitely the cabinet/chassis making noise (vs rollers/bearings etc).

    Not sure what is causing this.. Any thoughts on a quick fix?

    Thank you!

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    Hi,

    Age: Less than 1 year
    Just had this installed
    Do not get too deep into this and void your warranty.
    Call and have local warranty depot check it out for you.

    jeff.
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