The causes of noisy Frigidaire dryers vary, but common problems include a frayed drive belt, a worn drum roller or drum roller axle and objects caught in the blower wheel. Replacing frayed or worn parts and cleaning the blower wheel may stop the noise.
A common cause of a loud, rumbling noise in a dryer is a worn drum roller or drum roller axle. Inspection of these parts is done by removing the drum. If one is worn, they should all be replaced as a preventative measure. Rapidly occurring noise is usually caused by an obstruction of the blower wheel and can be eliminated by clearing the obstruction. A frayed drive belt makes noise every time it goes over a pulley and must be replaced to stop the noise.