Question about GE DVL223EBWW Electric Dryer
Ok got a GE DVL223EB1WW Heating element is good. Got 240 volts for sure as I know what 240 volts feels like when I got shocked accidentaly. With the drum removed the heater heats up and produces good heat as it is on for almost a minute before it turns off, but with the drum installed and dryer completely assembled, the heating element only heats up for approx 20 seconds and thus I am having a difficult time drying clothes. I can hear a click noise from some kind of switch right before element turns off/on. I think it is a defective switch that mounts right near the heating element but not sure and nor do I know what the name of the switch is. Please Help.
Yes think so , what should happen is element heats up controlled by fan blowing cold air across it this then heats to whatever thermostat is set to switch at, which in turn controls heat level..Air is then exausted via hose to waste unless its a condenser drier which then turns the steam back to water / which is collected in a waste condesate drum..hope this is helpful...
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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