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Re: GE Spacemaker dryer scraping metalic sound when on
I know you say ge dryer but i think thats a frigadire inside ge dosent make an over under.When dryer off take your hand and go around the in side of the tub where it meets the felt seal.some times somthimes somthing will get caught between the turning drum and the felt seal causing a noise.if not that you have some wear problems and will have to take apart to inspect
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All dryers have states to control heat GE has a safty stat that is comon problem small round stat at top after removing lid check with ohms meter with wire unpluged if no continuity changed then check venting of dryer inside and out improper venting will cause dryer to over heat heat element is the next go to same check but must take dryer apart more send model Number we can give you a diagram and location of everthing you will need
sounds like the drum is rubbing on some part of an exterior wall of your washer,.or you have a bearing going, or worst case scenario you have transmission problems and need to get a serviceman in to check your machine.But firstI would call the manfacturer and explain the problem they may be able to resolve it over the phone give them model no. Make and year of manfacture they hopefully can help you with this
Well, you do not mention which machine causes the smell. My concern is fire hazzard, be sure to check the dryer hose system, and DO NOT USE plactic vent hose, major fire hazzard, they make the same thing in metal and it works better....
Have you tried keepin the dryer door open, depressing the safety switch which enables the dryer to work when it is closed, and then turn on the dryer to see if it turns at all? Sometimes its the smallest things that cause these problems. That switch that gets pressed when the door closes, sometimes malfunctions. Sometimes the door of the dryer gets out of whack and doesnt really make contact with the switch enough to trigger the flow of electricity.