Question about GE DSXH43EAWW Electric Dryer
Sorry to hear that. Your Dryer is now a fire hazard. Somehow it is using a lot of current (perhaps a faulty motor or the heat element have a short circuit). I do recommend you stop using the dryer immediately and request a technician to determine why the appliance is taking a lot of current.
I have seen a similar problem before, it was caused by a wire that came off from a bra and stuck in the heating element.
Don't wait for an accident just to save some bucks.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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