Question about GE Dryers
Hi. thanks for the question.First check the fuses in fuse panel 2- 30 amp fuses. replace them. 1 could be out.If the fuses are now ok and still no heat. The element is located at the back of the drum. To replace. Open the door 4 screws on the top lip remove. Lift top. 2 screws on inside of front panel. remove .Pull drum out remove belt, pull drum out . look for broken coil if so replace element .Thanks the appliance doc
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