Question about GE DVL223EBWW Electric Dryer
We had to tilt our dryer over to put a new floor under in now it won't heat up.
Posted by Anonymous on
It's very possible that you disconnected one wire or the plug is ajar. Check both. There is plate, upper left back, you can remove with one screw to check the for connections,you should have 230 volts between the two outside wires. If you dont have it here check at plug and breaker.
If you do have it you'll need to remove top and locate a small normally automatic resetting thermal switch mounted on the back top of heating element you can just jumper across the wire are slice the spade terminals together to test or if you have a voltohmeter check to see that it's closed.
Most likely its an incoming power problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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