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My GE Driver will not heat

My GE Model DBSR453EB3WW is not heating to dry the clothes. It is blowing properly, turning and working but not heat. WE have installed new dryer hose, and cleaned all lines. But still not heat. This dryer is only 2 years old and is used daily.

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    i have same problem

  • Anonymous Jan 29, 2009

    to check the thermostats Hi limit, where do i find this on the dryer?

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Check the circuit breaker or fuse box it takes two one to run one to heat. Then check thermostats Hi limit may be burnt if it overheated If the venting had been blocked. Hope that helps

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