Step 1: Diagnose the Problem
I clicked on what was wrong, found a diagram of my dryers model, and opened it up. Its really not hard to see what wrong. Once you do, find the tools and parts you need and get to work.
My culprit was a bad drum roller. So I found 2 on Ebay for a $10 and picked up some ring Snap-Ring Pliers at home depot (harborfreight.com had them for $3.00!)
Step 2: Take It Apart
Take off the door,
remover the front panel,
remove the front assembly (watch the wire),
move the drum out of the way,
and your there!
Step 3: Remove the Roller
Clean the axle with a damp paper towel and dry it thoroughly. We don't want any rust in there.
Step 4: Install the New Roller
Reassemble, and your done.
THE SQUEAK IS GONE!
and it cost me about $20 with gas