Question about GE Dryers
I am guessing you mean it tumbles but won't make heat?
If the unit won't warm up then either your electric heating element is broken/shorted *(normal with old age) or one of your safety switches might be permanently tripped in the "off" or no current flow position.
You can unplug your dryer, lift the lid from the from top edge and look down at the heating element to see if its broken. You will see a wire going in up and down pattern. If any part is disconnected, you need to replace this element. They cost anywhere from 30-50 dollars online.
I had one sent to me in 2 days from a seller on Ebay. Came right to my house and everything! Only lost one load of laundry.
I hope this helps. Good luck and be careful.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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