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Dryer not heating

Blower was stopping intermittently and now the heater is not working. Any suggestions? My email is

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    are GE Profile dosnt heat up can you help.

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Our problem will be solved if you dismantle the front end of the dryer and first making sure you can do this sort of repair is the main concern.Yes it is a blower problem that may just be a small article of clothing that has made its way through the lint screen opening and lodged itself onto the blower housing.On a GE I believe you have to slide the top forward (this is the top section and to describe it better ,it is where you would stand if you were to climb up on the dryer)remove the cover .There is now access to the screws that hold the front (door assembly/cover)on. Remove any screw that you see that is holding the front end /door on so you can remove the front.PLEASE NOTE:Bottom line is this front panel needs to be removed so you can then pull the blower wheel housing open and see what has happened.You may find that the top cover doesn't have to be removed so observe the front of your dryer and picture the whole front off so you now work on the problem which is on the bottom base and if you follow the path from your lint screen it will take you to the blower which is always in the front of your dryer. Ok ???? Please Rate This & please feel free to call on FIXYA for ALL your questions. Have A Good Day !!

Posted on Jul 27, 2008

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    Archie Ferrarini Jul 27, 2008

    If your blower stops for any reason the Heat stops for Safety purposes so when you repair the blower you have heat again .So don't feel you have 2 problems , its only the 1 your blower. Please Rate This ! Thank You!


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My dryer does not blow hot and will not shut off and no digital reading will display.

Hello Bryan;

My name is Peter. I am a retired field service appliance technician.

So, here are the probable causes:

1.) The blower wheel draws air through the dryer and pushes the air out the vent. If the dryer won't stop, the blower wheel may be plugged up or not be spinning properly, which reduces the air flow. Check to see if the blower wheel is securely fastened to the drive motor shaft. Check the blower hot air discharge manifold for blockage.

2a.) If the dryer won't stop, the gas valve solenoid coils might be defective. Over time these coils will fail, causing the burner to run intermittently. If the dryer is not heating properly it may not stop. Replace the coils as a set.

2.b) The heating element warms the air before the air enters the dryer drum. If the dryer won't stop, it may be because the heating element isn't working - which greatly increases the drying time. Check the heating element for continuity.

3.) Dryer sheets and fabric softener can leave a residue on the lint filter, reducing the air flow. If the dryer won't stop, check to be sure air can flow freely, clean the filter as needed.

4.) Although not as common, if the dryer won't stop it may be because the moisture sensor is either defective or shorted

5.) If the dryer won't stop, check the high limit thermostat. If defective, the high limit thermostat can turn off the heat prematurely, lengthening the time it takes to dry a full load. This is not common.

6.) The cycling thermostat regulates the temperature of the air in the dryer. If the dryer won't stop, it may be caused by a defective cycling thermostat turning off the heat too early. This is not common.

7.) The thermistor senses the temperature of the air in the dryer and cycles the heat on and off. If the dryer won't stop, the thermistor may be defective. This is not common.

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To get to the blower wheel, remove the back of the dryer.

The blower wheel is under the bottom of the lint screen duct to your left, as you look at the back of the dryer.

The operating thermostats are at the blower wheel outlet.

In electric models, the hi-temperature cutout thermostat is mounted to the heat riser.


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Bias thermostats are just like regular operating thermostats, except that they are mounted inside a bias heater. When the bias heater is energized, it generates a small amount of heat, which causes the operating thermostat to open sooner, keeping the dryer drum cooler inside. Thus a bias heater allows a single operating thermostat to act like both a hi-temp and a lo-temp operating thermostat.

A thermal fuse is found on the blower outlet, right next to the operating thermostat(s.) This fuse will blow when too high a temperature is sensed at the outlet; usually when one of the operating thermostats has failed. If it blows, the motor may not start, or you may get no heat (no voltage to the burner.)

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Hi Dave,
I have recently had the pleasure of dealing with a couple of these and let me tell ya they can be a problem to trouble shoot. In most cases from my studies of this machine you can have one of two problems. One the blower motor is going bad and it will stop when it gets hot. When the blower motor stops the heat shuts off. Then when the blower motor cools enough it will start back. Unfortunatley it is usually to far through the cycle to still get the cloths dry. Possibility two is the blower motor controller. It is less expensive than the blower motor. I would recommend you replace the controller and see if the problem is solved. If the problem remains you will need the blower motor. I do have both parts on hand and I can give you prices and part numbers. Just send me your model and I will be glad to help.. Thanks and I hope you get back to wearing dry cloths soon.:-P Mike

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