Question about GE Dryers
Check the moisture vent for restrictions from the dryer to where it exits outside. If it is restricted dryer will overheat. Also thermostat could be faulty causing dryer to overheat. And finally the insulation might have moved out of place inside the dryer causing the top to get very hot.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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