Question about GE Dryers
Your lint fllter should be readily accessible and should be cleaned before each cycle. If this has been building up for a whle, I highly recommend cleaning the interior of the dryer. This requires removing the front panel and vacuuming the lint out of the machine.
Be careful not to touch any of the heating elements with the vac.
Also it is a good idea to clean the exhaust vent periodically. Detach the flex connection from the machine and check that it's not plugged as well. Hope this gets things dryin' again.
Let us know if you need further details.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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