Question about GE Dryers
Here's a tip on checking the high-limit switches:
Go to http://www.geappliances.com under the "services and support" tab select "Parts and Accessories" scroll down and enter the model# of your dryer, then click the arrow.Select the right model # and click on it.In the first box, select "Cabinet and Drum"and click go. Now scroll down to the "thermal-limiter" and "thermal safety" note the 4-digit number after each one of them. Then scroll back up to where the red underlined "click here to view diagram of Cabinet and Drum", and click it. Look on the diagram for the 4-digit number(s) and thats where they are located. Check to see if there are any burnt looking places where the wires connect to them. Also you can test them. If one(and/or both need to be replaced, go back to the page where you noted the 4-digit number(s) and the following # is the part # (example: WE4X757 or WE04X10094). Then just buy and install the part. Now try it and see if it gets hot.
Posted on May 04, 2010
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