Question about GE Profile Harmony DPGT750EC Electric Dryer
Any idea why it's not getting hot? I noticed that the exhaust hose in the had come undone. I read somewhere here about dust on the heating element or a fuse?
The exhaust hose in the back will not affect whether the dryer will heat. The hose just removes the used hot air to a place outside your house. I assume dryer drum spins, but you get no heat. If the dryer has gotten a few years of use, I suspect that the heating element has gone bad. Have you noticed that it has taken longer and longer to dry clothes than it used to? If so, most probably the element is bad. The element is not unlike a heating element in an electric stove, and is housed in a duct inside the dryer.
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
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