Question about GE DVLR223 Dryers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ge dryer model# dvl223
This may sound silly but did you check (or have the means to check) for voltage at the outlet? The absolute bottom line is that if there is no power.......you get the rest.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
SOURCE: back panel removal
Do NOT even try to remove the back panel. It is more complicated than it looks. You would be better off to pull the door jamb off the house... not trying to be funny just serious!
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
Here's a simple overview of what you have to do:
You actually don't remove the back sir, but that's okay, that's a common misconception for this model dryer. The proper way to disassemble this particular dryer is you start with the top. You have to start with the removal of the control panel, then the top of the dryer. What I would consider the top cover. Then you'll have to remove two plastic brackets. Then you have to remove the front. There's two aluminum brackets in each corner, remove those. Open the door and there'll be two more screws to remove on each side. You have to lift the front just a little and then pull towards you. I forgot to mention, before that part, you'll need to ensure you are disconnecting the electrical wiring. There's almost no chance of connecting the wrong ones even if you forget. GE made this part novice proof. Once you get the front removed, you'll see the lint/trap. There's a couple of screws on either side of the aluminum housing. Not much to it. Let me know if there's anything I can clarify further. Have fun!
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
Shows a picture of the lid of your dryer. #7are the clips that hold the lid down. Locate them then use a flathead screwdriver to release them.
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
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