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Where buy light bulb (120V, 10W) for GE dryer Model DPSR10EG5WT ? Bulb burned out after 30 days of dryer use.

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Go to sears .com click on parts, put your model number in and all the parts for your dryer will come up,let me know how you do-mike

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