Question about GE DBL333EA Electric Dryer
GE DBL333EA Electric Dryer. The dryer will grind to a start by holding down the switch, only after a long period of rest. If the dry starts, it functions normally. If the dry doesn't start, it is usually after an initial run cycle.
Sounds like the overload switch is cutting out , my gues will be that the motor is going bad. Just replaced mine was doing the same thing.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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