Question about GE Profile Harmony DPGT750EC Electric Dryer
Can you help me?I have no air coming out of the back of my dryer.I have checked the power cord,inspected the cuircut board for hot spots,made sure all the lent traps and vent is not clogged.I have read alot of complaints about the same problems on this website.Everybody says its the cuircut board or blower motor.The motor does not make any noise and spins fine and the cuircut board looks good.What would you try first.The blower motor is the cheapest of the two.Thanks,my email is email@example.com
Hello all...I hope the answer to this problem is not too late. I had the same problem with my dryer, no air coming out the back. The GE Profile Harmony actually has a service mode that you access by unplugging power, re-plugging power and then holding the "My Cycles" touch button for a couple of seconds. The dryer's computer will actually give you an error code. Unfortunately, the problem can be related to one of two things, the variable dc blower motor Part No.
MOTOR ASM - BLOWER
or the Inverter PWB Part No. WE04X10120 PWB/PCB ASM-MAIN
The good news is, after you do the reset, there's a chance actually everything works fine and the dryers computer reboot will have fixed the problem. If you have further questions, feel free to contact me. jeryflores at the hotmale I think you can figure it out.
Best of Luck Ya'll
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
I have a GE DPGT750EC1PL Profile dryer. There is a service mode you can activate. It's called "Field Service Mode" To activate . 1. Press the POWER key to turn on the dryer 2. Press HELP. The main screen is displayed.3. Press and hold MY CYCLES and BACK simultaneously for 3 seconds.Press exit after it does the dryer diagnostics. I got this idea from another posting. Does anyone have any idea where I can get service field books on appliance repair on these newer appliances. Maybe something I can download complete manuals.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
Just a shot, but a buddy had a Maytag in which the fan hub had broken so he got puffs of air every so often. Take the cover off of the fan and see that it is indeed turning with the motor. My best guess, Ron
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
I am having the same problem with my machine. This is the 5th time that it started not heating up, it tumbles and sounds fine but there is no hot air coming in. Everything esle is working fine, and the help button ends up telling me that one of the Fuses or Circuit breakers must have broke or tripped. I searched the map of the machine and I can't find any fuses and I have checked all the house breakers. The previous 4 times that this has happened the machine ended up working again on it's own after letting it sit overnight. So what is up with this? it's obviously a reaccurring problem????
Posted on Oct 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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