Question about GE DBSR453EBWW Electric Dryer
If that doesn't do it, (door switch), then check underneath the top and look for the thermal overload switch. Bypass it and see if it runs. If not, then start back at the wiring at the receptacle and then follow to the terminal block located in the back of the dryer. You could be getting power to the receptacle but it may stop there because of a loose wire. You could have lost a leg of power.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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