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GE Dryer model # DWSR483EGOWW The insulation around the inside of door the started coming out we put it back in and when the door is closed it sounds like coin are in the dryer leave door open no noise

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SOURCE: GE Dryer DWSR473GV0WW periodically just hums when turning on switch

if it hums when you start it means switch is ok. problem may be the motor capacitor. to check, take off the top and give the drum a push in the normal direction of rotation. if it goes then motor capacitor is faulty - cheap part

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SOURCE: GE Dryer DWSR473GV0WW periodically just hums when turning on switch

might have a dead spot on the armuture or lint in the motor and or the centrifcal switch try taking it apart and cleaning the motor if that doesnt work replace the motor

Posted on Feb 15, 2008

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SOURCE: SOMETHING stuck inside the dryer body - something like a coin... let me knwo

ok here is the best way to describe it you will need to get around the back there are two torks screws remove them and slide the top panel back to you ..OH I FORGOT unplug the machine first !!!....Ok now with the top off you will see the drum.. slowly hand rotate it until you see some screws that are lined up with the baffles inside the drum You will need to remove just a few screws on one side (the baffle that has the coins) dont take them all out or the baffle will fall inside the drum and it will be a pain to get back on9u will need 2 people) and that should do it you will need to rotate the drum around until the correct baffle ...ie ..the one with the coins in on top at the 12 o'clock position.. let me know if this works our for you

Posted on Feb 16, 2008

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