Question about Dryers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the squeaking has been going on for only a short time, you may be able to get by with only replacing the rear drum bearing, but if it has been going on for some time you should replace the drum bearing kit part #
WE25M40. Also be sure to check that the front drum slides are ok, especially the one on the left side of the front drum support, as this one wears out faster. Drum slides #
WE1M333 and if front support frame is worn so that there is nothing left to hook the slides into you would need a
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
SOURCE: Dryer capacity
Yes, a full size dryer as yours is easily capable of drying a full sized load from the washer you mentioned. The wash tubs in the new model washers and dryers still maintain a standard size. For example, the front loader dryer that I purchased to match my front loader washer is completely identical to earlier standard models without all the fancy packaging. I could have saved some money and purchased only the washer, but...the wife needed a matching pair.
Now, you will still have to properly sort items to ensure they dry efficiently. A copy of your dryer owner's manual will describe this to you. I'm not here to give you lessons in how to dry your clothes, but if you do not own a copy of your manual and would like to refer to it, you can obtain a copy at geappliances.com. Just look under the "Service and Support" section for "Use and Care Manuals". Just type in your model number and your owner's manual is availble in a downloadable .pdf format.
The point I'm attempting to make here is that although you can place a full load from your washer in the dryer, if you do not properly separate certain items, they will not dry properly. I did not want you to think this was a cause of the appliance.
In addition, make sure the dryer vent ducting is properly cleaned and not clogged anywhere. This can also contribute to longer dry times.
I know you were only asking a simple question. I just wanted to be thorough in case additional question may arise. I hope this information is helpful to you.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
unplug the machine from the wall - open the door and look in the top of the door hole - there will be 2 screws there - take them out and you will be able to lift the top off - the heating element is located behind the drum on the rear wll of the cabinet - use an Ohmmeter to test the element for continuity - if it is open - you will need to remove the front of the dryer and then the drum to replace the element - if it is continuituos the problem may be a fuse or thermostat or broken wire or an open timer
Posted on Oct 01, 2011
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