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How do I remove the top panel from a GFDS350EL1WW GE dryer?

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You dont need a bearing you need the DRYER DRUM SLIDE Part number AP2041815 which is under $6.50 a piece. Take the top of the dryer off and look on the front of the drum. Some GE dryers have 2 and some have 4.Go to Appliancepartspros.com it item 316 they also have a diaphram.

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SOURCE: remove front panel ge spacemaker dryer

Here's the trick: The Spacemaker dryer is the same as many other GE dryers but is upside down!

1. Unplug the dryer.
2. Flip the dryer upside down so the white panel is now on top and the unfinished steel panel is on the bottom.
3. Remove the 2 screws that connect the bottom, white panel from the back and lift up to remove.
4. Pull off the Settings and Fabric knobs on the front of the dryer. Take off the front control panel (remove the 2 screws).
5. Remove the 2 screws that attach the front panel (located behind the control panel you just removed). Hold the dryer drum by the top edge and pull the front panel away (note that the panel will be hooked to the rest of the dryer at the bottom corners). DO NOT PULL AWAY ENTIRELY!
6. Disconnect the wiring that is attached to the front panel (these come apart easily by hand but you might want to mark the wiring so you know where to connect it when reassembling).

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Need to replace control panel for my GE Dryer, GFDS350EL1WW


You could try ebay, Amazon, or one of these parts dealers below.
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Repair Clinic
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Or GE.com

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The late model top loading GE washer is much different than it's original models that were so much more dependable than these newer ones are. To access the innards you must forst remove the front panel. Older models had the top pop up first but these newer models have the top bolted down. To get the top up you must first remove the front panel by using downward force on the top between the tiop and the front panel. It is not easy even for eperienced techs but cuss it a minute and it will come off. Once it is off you will notice the washer has an elecetric pump. Strings and junk get into this pump. It is easy to take apart and cleanup. The tub is suspended on 4 rods and the lateral movement is kept in check by 4 rubber cord mounted to the top called bungies. The motor and tranny can easily be accessed by removing the tub from the washer. After disconecting the power cable and pump the tub lifts out. Not all GE washers use the same motor or the same transmission method. Some do not even have a tranny. I have some GE washer service manuals.


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Remove front panel ge spacemaker dryer


Here's the trick: The Spacemaker dryer is the same as many other GE dryers but is upside down!

1. Unplug the dryer.
2. Flip the dryer upside down so the white panel is now on top and the unfinished steel panel is on the bottom.
3. Remove the 2 screws that connect the bottom, white panel from the back and lift up to remove.
4. Pull off the Settings and Fabric knobs on the front of the dryer. Take off the front control panel (remove the 2 screws).
5. Remove the 2 screws that attach the front panel (located behind the control panel you just removed). Hold the dryer drum by the top edge and pull the front panel away (note that the panel will be hooked to the rest of the dryer at the bottom corners). DO NOT PULL AWAY ENTIRELY!
6. Disconnect the wiring that is attached to the front panel (these come apart easily by hand but you might want to mark the wiring so you know where to connect it when reassembling).

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Unplug the dryer.
Remove the screws from the control panel top rear.
Lift the control panel aside.
Pull the top lid forward to remove it.
Reach inside the right and left front corners to remove the screws holding the front panel to the cabinet.
Remove the door switch wires and set the front panel aside.
Your model may or may not have 2 screws holding the top lid down located inside the door opening. Open the door,get down on your knees and look up at the door opening for 2 screws.

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I have a G.E profile dryer dpgt750 cant seem to figure out how to take off the back panel, the dryer is making a loud noise sounds like possible belt problem. any ideals? THANKS MARTY


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since you got the top opened, now look inside the front panel toward top remove screws or hex screws now you can remove the front panel. Undo the door switch wires before removing the front panel. The felt seal should be glued to the front panel aroun the opening to the drum you should be able to tell where it was.

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I continued to search the internet and found a site that offered the info needed to open up the dryer to gain access to get to the ignitor. Buy removing 2 screws in the top of the door opening to remove the top and removing 2 screws at the top inside wall panel it removed the whole front.

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