Question about Dryers
Looks like your dryer features electronic dryness control. Look for the moisture sensing strips inside below the filter on the front panel, one of them wires connects there. The other wire goes to heater pan I imagine. On them style GE dryers the heat typically will have a lone terminal on one side the pan opposite the rest of the connections. The control thermostat is mounted under the filter housing on most GE dryers. I can't remember which one is which though. Don't want to steer you wrong. Their ought to be a diagram somewhere on the dryer that will tell which wire goes where.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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