Question about GE DPSB513BW Dryer
Check what cycle iut is on and make sure it is on the cycle that gets hot . The one that says knits and cottons does not get real hot. Also go to your breaker box and see if the breaker for the dryer has one of the two breakers tripped. It runs on 220 volt to run the element so it has two 110 volt switches side by side and it is possible one has tripped but not the other so reset both just to make sure. You may also want to check the back to see if the exhaust tube is not kinked and it is not letting the air out properly. These are things we can try for starters and they are often the cause. if this helpes please don't forget to click on the yes box on your way out. Thanks and good luck.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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