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Dryer model NO.LGC8858EQO

Would not start
1. checked circuit breaker
2. checked plug-in  plugged in another outlet
3 gave a shake and it then press start then dryer started working

GE Electric Dryer Model DBXR463EB0WW It is getting juice to it, but will not do anything. I put a new receptacle and it still will not make a buzz or run at all. It ran good at the other residence but when we moved it to a another house it no longer will run. Please help me solve this problem.



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Re: dryer model NO.LGC8858EQO

Check door switch and wiring to switch. It also has a thermal switch on top of heating element, should show resistence.

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