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Re: holes in clothes
Be carefull not to overload and inspect around door and heat entrance area for catch points or sharp areas.
Its usually Washers that tear clothes inspect closly to determin cut or tear. if tear try smaller loads with only similar materials
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Your glides is worn out and probably the bearing too. Easy fix: your model number is to the right of the screwdriver in the first photo, These GEs use different parts per production run. Y If yours is bad as i think it is you gonna have to replace the glides and the bearing they mount to.
Sounds like you front drum support / bearing is wearing out. When the support wears out, a gap occurs between the drum and drum support, That is where the clothes are getting caught, Does your dryer squeak when running? If so, then replace the front drum support / bearing. Cost about $35 - $40.
The drum rides on a bearing in the rear which cause the squeal. The squeal eventually cuts into the bearing and the whole drum begins to rub against the heating element. This causes the breaker to trip. How it works: GE clothes dryer
very care fully run your fingers along the inside edges of the tumbler both front and back
obviously your searching for something that is cutting your cloths so be care full it will cut you too
with the ge, i would tend to believe that your tumbler might be off or have worn though your front slides, they are made of nylon and fall out of place
I have the same dryer doing the same thing. Open the door and take the two screws out and lift the top. Remove the two screws that hold the front on. Remove the front. On mine both the plastic parts that stay on the front when it is removed are cracked and needing replaced. I found over 20 buttons that the dryer had pulled off clothes stuck in the front door. I'm sure if it will be cost effective to buy both these parts or not.