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    • Part Number: AP5668531
    • MFG Part Number: WE1M1067
    • Made by: GE
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How to install white and green glides?

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When I order Quantity 1 does it ship as a set of 2 or do I need order Quantity 2 to replace both green drum slides?

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We need to replace the slides and the top bearing for our machine. What slides do we need for our model? Thanks!

WBETH10 for Model Number DHDSR46EE1WW

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Drum slides need replacing. Can you tell me which I need to order, how many of each I need, and which locations they need to be installed? Thanks

Ken for Model Number DPXR473EWOWW

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Which glide do i need and how many?

Faizul for Model Number DRSR483GD2WW

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How do I determine which bearing sliders to order for my model dryer? White or Green?

Bryan for Model Number DWXR463EG1WW

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I recently purchased and replaced the front bearing support, rear drum bearing sleeve, and two each of the front bearing slides. I installed all parts per your videos and everything seemed fine for about two weeks. We do not overload the dryer or use at high heat but now after a few weeks use there is a terrible vibration/thump towards the front of the dryer. I opened it back up and verified the position of the green and white bearing glides and see nothing wrong. There is only slight wear on the slides and every other part including the drum look great. The new sounds are louder than the squeak that tipped me off to make a repair in the first place. This dryer is not that old and feel like it should still work as it was not squeaking for more than a few days before I purchased parts and made the repairs. My first thought was that maybe I need to lubricate the slides, but that doesn't make a whole lot of sense seeing that its a dryer and I would think that some type of powder based lube would be provided if lube is necessary. Also there was no mention of this in your videos so really I am at an end with what to do. It is quite loud and I do not recall the dryer making that noise when new. Is there anything else I should do or is the vibration normal for the first while while the bearings slides are breaking in?

Conan for Model Number DHDVH52EF0WW

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I was wonder what quantity of each slide is required for my model? The common answer seems to be 2 each but thought I'd double check. Thanks.

Charlie for Model Number DSPR610EG0WT

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How many slides do I need to order and what color?

Bill for Model Number DJSR473ET2WW

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How many slides do I need & what type?

Steve for Model Number DDSR475GT5WW

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