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I took upart my dryer today. GE DPSQ495ET0WW. Had a loud squeeking problem for a long time. Front bearing shot. But I am having difficult time removing drum. I have already unhooked belt but drum will not separate from back of dryer. Any thoughts or tricks? Thanks in advance.

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I took upart my dryer today. GE DPSQ495ET0WW. Had a loud squeeking problem for a long time. Front bearing shot. But I am having difficult time removing drum. I have already unhooked belt but drum will not separate from back of dryer. Any thoughts or tricks? Thanks in advance.
Pasq, You may have damaged the drum shaft and or bearing

Part number: AP2619300

Part number: AP2619300


to the point where it is "hung up" and may be difficult to remove the drum.
Here's some help " Remove the drive belt from the motor. Remove 1 screw from each side of the cabinet and gently spread the sides apart to provide
clearance for the tub.Using the belt as a handle, pull the drum forward and guide out of the cabinet. Drum Shaft Bearing The drum shaft bearing is mounted on the drum shaft at the rear of the drum. The bearing fits into the bearing retainer in the center of the heater assembly. Caution: Do not lubricate the drum shaft or bearing." Good Luck
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