Question about GE Dryers
Try the basic, clean the filter.
some dryers have a reset button on its thermostat inside. usually you can access it at the upper top cover of your dryer. unplug the unit first to avoid electricution before opening the cover. locate it, usually it is flat round metal about 2" in diameter with a red nipple. press that nipple to reset it.
main cause of the problem usually the most common is that the blower of your drier is not working properly or it is now accumulating too much of cotton debris from the dried clothes.
after reseting the thermostat try also opening the side cover of your dryer to access the blowers for its condition and remove some cottons that stuck on its blades. if this is not done, you can have the same problem over again and again.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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