Question about GE DVLR223 Dryers
My GE Dryer is not heating. Had this problem before and according to my wife a service tech came and basically just reset something inside the dryer. Is this possible? Is there a reset for the thermostat or heating element? The tech stated that the ventilation was clogged a bit and this was the reason for the dryer not heating. Thank you for any input you may have.
There is no reset. What he did was probably replace the thermal fuse. Why did he not clean it out for ya? Anyway when the thermal fuse goes bad either the whole dryer or the heat won't work. If you can open the dryer up by removing the front panel, you can test your thermal fuse for continuity. If none replace it. While you have the front off undo your belt and remove the 3 screws that secure the rear of the drum (inside drum in middle at back) pull drum out and make sure heat element is not broken. Here is a site for your dryer check it out. www.repairclinic.com/Appliance-Parts?s=t-dvlr223-%3d%3d&z=100 Good Luck
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