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Blower Motor not working

The Blower Motor on my Dryer isn't working at all. When I turn on the dryer, there isn't any air coming out of the exhause vent. The vents have all been thoroughly cleaned. How can I tell if the motor is bad or the control board?

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  • Billy Correll May 24, 2008

    This dryer has a separate Blower Motor and it is a 3 phase motor. It is located in the front of the dryer on the left behind the front cover. I have measured the voltage coming from the Power board and the voltage intermittantly comes on and off. It is only on for about a second then turns back off. I don't think the blower turns at all but it moves very easly when I turn it. Any other ideas???



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  • Anonymous Dec 21, 2008

    no air coming out fo vent,

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This is not a board issue.It sounds like the blower is either broken or fell off the motor.Remember your dryer has 1 motor.On one side is where the belt is attached,and on the other side your blower is attached.

Posted on May 24, 2008

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    Archie Ferrarini May 26, 2008

    I wasn't aware that you have the GE DPGT750EC Dryer .The control board is where this problem is.






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