Question about GE DPSR610GGWT Dryer
My electric dryers automatic cycle won't advance, therefore, turn off. The timed setting works fine. The heat works fine as I just use the timed cycle until I get the automatic cycle fixed. The dryer is about 8 years old. I found this problem after I set the dryer at night and found it still running in the morning. The dryer was hot to touch but not so hot it burned. I figured this was due to running for 8 or so hours straight. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Check the vent probly cloged or vent hose kinked, or heater is broken.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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