Question about GE DRSR483ED Electric Dryer
Dryer does not seem to dry in auto
If have a wiring/scematic diagram for the machine and a meter, you might try tracing the problem that way, just a thought may be a loose or bad wire on the back of the timer. It could be possible that the timer may have gone bad. Please let me know if this helps you in anyway.
Posted on Mar 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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See if the timer advances in the timed dry or the auto dry cycles. If the timer advances in timed dry but not in auto dry, then you could have a wire connection failure in the orange wire from the heating element to the timer.
If the timer will not advance in either type of cycle, then I recommend checking the timer part number that you are using.
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