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GE DX4500EG6WW FROM SAM'S WILL NOT DRY CLOTHES WELL. This is the same as DBR463EGWW model.

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Try using the manual settings instead of automatic; the thermostats responsible for checking humidity may be faulty. If you can get dry clothes this way, then you have an idea what has failed.

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

  • fldreamin2 Sep 07, 2011

    This worked for our dryer!! I almost went out and bought a new dryer too. Thank you for saving us the cost of a new dryer!

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Your dryer has a double set of heating elements
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1 side of the coils is probably broken and you are getting half the heat.
This is making the dryer take longer to dry them clothes.
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Air restrictions in the dryer and vent can cause the heater control to shut down quickly also.
If you have a bad breaker the power will sometimes work and sometimes not.
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If all of these are good you might have a problem with the timer.
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Most of the GE timers have leaf switches in the that get a burr on the contacts. The come apart simple enough.

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Very common problem. You need to call a
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