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Ge dryer model# dvl223

Was working fine just stopped working on a dime wont start, bought new dryer it wont start either. bought new breaker 30 amp for elec. pole old breaker still good. help me please

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This may sound silly but did you check (or have the means to check) for voltage at the outlet? The absolute bottom line is that if there is no power.......you get the rest.

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