How Do You Repair A Wobbling Drum In A Kenmore 80 Series Dryer?
The drums support roller holds the drum in place while allowing the drum to rotate on the support wheels. The drum support roller usually makes a scraping or thumping noise when it’s damaged. The drum thumps quickly when the drum support roller has a flat spot. It scrapes or squeals when the bearing of the drum support roller is damaged or worn out. Its really hard doing it by your self, without experience. Suggest you take advices and support here https://goodrepairman.com/refrigerator-repair/
A wobbling drum that sounds like you have a pair of combat boots in the dryer is a sign of bad drum rollers. The Kenmore 80 series dryer uses drum rollers in the inside rear of the dryer to balance the rotation of the drum. You can replace the drum rollers yourself and save the money from an expensive service bill. Drum rollers are available at appliance repair facilities. Unplug the Kenmore 80 series dryer from the dryer outlet. Insert a 4-inch putty knife in the seam between the top and front panel. There is a retaining clip 4 inches from each front corner. Press the retaining clips with the putty knife blade and lift the top panel. Raise the top panel like a car hood and let it rest on the rear hinges. Find the door switch on the inside right front corner of the dryer cabinet. Disconnect the wiring harness that connects to the door switch with your fingers. Locate the screw on each front upper corner that secures the top of the front panel. Remove the screws with a Phillips-head scr