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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ge dryer
i built these machines... before doing anything ...check your fuse box or breaker .... 240 v .... it goes out often ... if its not that ... its probably your element ... ...open your door and on the top of the opening ... there 2 screw ... take the top off then the front ... 2 other screws ...take out drum ...and check element ... its about 60 for a new one
Posted on Nov 30, 2007
it sounds like it could be your vent turn dryer on go outside and feel your air coming out of vent if not a good air supply clean your venting system
Posted on Dec 13, 2007
rule number one take everything off of it and never store clothes or anything that can insulate the top it overheats them. It kind of fools all your sensors when you store stuff on top
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
SOURCE: GE Dryer model DBXR463EDIWW
If there is no lint blocking the air outlet path, I would next check two things: First, is the dryer in a small, closed room? If there is not enough space for air to get in to the dryer, it won't have good airflow through the clothes. Second, for older dryers, the blower fan may be loose on its shaft or, if the blower has its own separate motor, the blower motor might be dead. In order to find the blower fan, you'll have to be able to open up the dryer. Once you find the fan, see if it turns easily without moving the motor shaft -- if so, you need to replace the fan. Also, be sure there isn't anything blocking the blades of the fan.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
Sounds like you need to replace the coils on the gas valve. Just make sure your venting is clear 1st. If it is, the coils are easy to replace. Remove the front panel and the coils are on the bottom right hand side. Two screws and the bracket for both comes off. One has two terminals and the other has three. Real easy once you get into the dryer.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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