Question about GE Profile Harmony DPGT750GC Gas Dryer
The circuit breaker that they are talking about is the breaker box in your house. This is where your breakers are for the whole house(the fuse box) The breaker for the dryere should be listed on a list most likely on the inside of the door to the panel.You can check the list to see what number the dryer is on and then find it in the breakers. It is a double switch breaker because the dryer runs on 220 volts not 110 volt. The reason for this is the heating element that is in the dryer requires more power. Resetg both of the switches assigned to the dryer as they will be side by side ,Each one of those is a 110 volt breaker.after reseting them close the panel and go back and check the dryer. If it works be sure to click on the yes box on the site here so we know we helped you out. Thanks for your time and good luck...bye for now
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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