Question about GE DCCD330EDWC Dryer
I just purchased a GE DCCD330EDWC 7.0 Cu. Ft. coin-op dryer without the coin-op mechanism. I am wondering what trouble I would need to bypass the coin-op mech. The salesperson thinks that the unit will only run for 20 minutes at a time and that even if I tore down the coin-op housing to find a mechanical switch in there that I would need to press it once every twenty minutes in order to dry clothing. He also stated that the switch is buried inside the unit and that it can not be accessed easily.
If it is possible to press the switch six times and have the unit run for 120 min, I think it would be worth tearing in to find the switch. If I somehow need to press the switch once every twenty minutes then things are starting to get a bit more complex...
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
Well this morning I got up and pressed the start button on my dryer and it's been working eversince. Thank-you I will contact you if I have any more problems. Jessica
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
hi thanks for the question in the ge dryer theres 2 elements so if one is not working you only get half heat i would check the heater thanks the appliance doc
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
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