Question about GE Profile Harmony DPGT750EC Electric Dryer
I have a General Electric profile prodigy dryer, the drum turns, but it is making a loud grinding type noice, I can't get it open to see drum where does it open at? Do you have any ideas of what is causing it? Thank you Doc
It sounds like you have either a worn out rear drum bearing and or front drum slides. Has the problem gotten worse over the last few months of use?
It is impossible for your dryer to produce heat without the drum turning becaue there is a "belt switch" that will prevent the heater or gas valve to power up if the belt breaks. One exception is if your dryer is very old and doesn't have the belt switch on it. It would then have to be circa 1982 or older before UL required all dryers to have a belt switch. One exception to this would be two fold- Your heating element would have to be shorted against the steel heater frame AND the belt broken at the same time. Very unlikely for these two things to happen at the same time. 30 years expierence talking... Brian
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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