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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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i built these machines... before doing anything ...check your fuse box or breaker .... 240 v .... it goes out often ... if its not that ... its probably your element ... ...open your door and on the top of the opening ... there 2 screw ... take the top off then the front ... 2 other screws ...take out drum ...and check element ... its about 60 for a new one
Posted on Nov 30, 2007
On all the ones I've seen with this problem, they've needed a new blower motor. Don't take that as the golden answer because even G.E. tech support doesn't know. It could be the control board, but I haven't seen that yet. G.E. always recommends replacing the inlet thermister, which is accessed through a little cover on the back. Good luck & welcome to the wonderful world of complex electronic appliances.
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
When I pull up the exploded view of your model, it does not show an individual moisture sensor, but is does show disconnect plug(s) for it. I can only assume that the sensor bars are an intrical part of one of the front bulkhead components. That all being said, the most common reason for your symptoms is when people use fabric softener sheets in the dryer, the sheets leave a waxy type coating on the silver sensor bars inside the drum, near the air inlet to the lint filter. If you clean those two (usually about 4 inch long x about 1/4 inch wide) metal bars off, they will be able to detect the moisture level of the clothing again, and your dryer will work on auto dry again.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
Open the door and remove the screws holding down the top. Then raise the top and you can get to the screws holding the front on. Get the front out and then the drum can come out so you can clean that guy out and replace that belt. How about some repair PHOTOS?
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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