I've been trying to find a timer for a GE electric dryer model # DDE5102RAMWH. I can't seem to locate that model number anywhere online, it doesn't exist and I have copied it correctly from the inside door of the dryer. It's a dryer that was made for use in Europe but was purchased in the U.S.( in 1992). The dryer doesn't heat and the problem was pinpointed to the timer switch. thanks, Irene
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The model number you submitted is not valid. Long dry times and dryer not shutting off is either an element problem, an air flow problem. Lets begin with a good model number so we can see your unit as you do... Waiting to hear from you,Eric and Ann Campion P.S. Please keep in mind we help pay our staff with earnings from parts sales. Help us keep this valuable service free and order your parts from us. Visit our website for additional help at http://www.affordableappliance.com or for Parts Order Only, Call 1-570-622-6441
The model number posted doesn't to exist but one for sure is that all Whirlpool Electric Dryers do have a thermal cut-out (off) which is actually a non-resettable fuse located on the heater housing. Click on the link below then enter the exact model of your dryer then select and click bulkhead and locate the part named thermal cut-out/off, a non-resettable fuse.
Here is the best way I have found to get replacement parts.
You can find parts for your unit by doing a search for “appliance parts”.
Once you get the results of the search, pick a site and when it comes up it will usually ask for the model number of your unit.
Enter your model number and you will then get a page with exploded views and a parts menu.
Find the part you need and then order it.
Check a few different sites to be sure that you are getting the best pricing.
Most sites can have the part to you in a couple of days.
I hope that this will help you to solve your problem!
All ge washer timer is access by taking the four screws off at the top of the background. Sometimes there is six on some models. General there is four. Pull the back gaurd out and you should have access to the timer. A warning unplug the washer before doing this, you can get a shock.
could be a bad motor or timer contacts. can you hear a humming sound coming from the motor if you tried starting it again? if there is none, wait for about 5 mins and try starting it again, hear what happens?..
if you can get the correct model number of the dryer I can find the part number for you. the number you have in not the model number of the dryer. look in the door or on the back of the consol for it and get back to me. thanks