Question about GE DBSR453EBWW Electric Dryer
New coils replaced but coils luke warm. Won't heat.
Check your voltage to the dryer, make sure you have the required 220 volts. If you are only getting 110 volts the dryer would run but not heat. So check the breaker or fuse box first,, then check the plug for proper voltage, then the terminal block to make sure you do not have a wired burned off.. after that it would most likely a high limit thermostat. Good luck. I hope this will fixYa. and dont forget to rate me. Thanks
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
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