Question about Whirlpool GEW9250 Electric Dryer
this sounds like the dryer drum motor is burnt out, that would be the humming noise, u can also have a problem with the motor start capacitor, suggest if they sell that separately from the motor you replace that 1st, the purpose of the capacitor is to give the AC motor a large jolt of current to get it going, without the motor start capacitor it can't overcome friction to start, a way to test this is to bypass the door switch and and push the start button, while spinning the drum (obviously u will need a helper here) if the dryer starts spinning the start capacitor may be all that is wrong.
Posted on May 13, 2010
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