Question about GE Dryers
Thanks for using FixYa. This happens when the dryer's heating element draws very high amount of power, which in turn shuts down the dryer. Check for a faulty thermal fuse that is not blowing in case of high voltage fed to the element. Also make sure that the there are no loose or cut wires that are touching the dryer's body or tub. Check for connections on the element terminals. Check for the thermistor, if it is not burned. This schematic will help you---
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Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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