Question about GE Profile Harmony DPGT750GC Gas Dryer
My basement flooded adout 3 1/2 feet and after the flood, my dryer would not heat up, after dyring out all of the water, it still want heat up.
This is a Harmony dryer. The water ruined the blower motor (Harmony has two motors... one for the blower and one for the drum) The electronics are not detecting the RPMs of the blower motor. Here's how you tell. Press "HOME" then "HELP" then at the same time "MY CYCLES" and "BACK"at the same time. This will bring up the lqc test mode (technician test mode) press "START" and watch the display for Blower RPMs. if they stay low (less than 1200) morelikely in the 300-600 RPM range or lower, your blower motor is bad. Normal RPM speed would be 1600-2400 depending on your venting back-pressure.
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
There is a good chance that your gas valve has been damaged by the water. Can you tell if after you try starting it if the igniter comes on and/or you have gas flow to the burner? Those are the prime suspects ( albeit not the only ones) but you will need to verify these basic functions before others can be examined..
Keep me posted and I'll try to help you get thru this..
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
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