Question about Dryers
Hello my name is Mike, I have a GE DBL333EB3WW and it does not dry anymore. I am about to take the back off to change the heating element but I can not figure out how it comes off. Do I have to take the 3 screws on the inside of the drum out before I can remove the element?
The link below describes disassembly of the dryer you have . You will notice that the manual is for Westinghouse and Frigidaire. GE must have had some made for them also. Circuit diagrams and control panel appearance may not be exactly the same but disassembly will be.
The disassembly section begins at page 61.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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