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It will not do anything( heat up or drum will not rotate). I turn the switch and nothing happens, not even a little noise. It is plugged in and the circuit breakers have not been tripped. I'm sick of hoing to the laundrymat to dry clothes.

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Re: GE Dryer DBL333EAOWW

Did the Dryer work before? What led to this problem? Most Electric dryers work on 240 Volts. And have their own seperate circuit breaker, usually marked as "Dryer." So resetting just the main cuircuit breaker might not be enough. Did you reset the Dryer C. breaker?

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