If your GE dryer is not heating, there are a few things that could be causing the problem.  Sometimes clogged venting inside and outside your dryer can be causing your dryer to take too long to heat or to not heat at all.

 

I recommend cleaning your venting to be sure that a clogged vent is not causing your dryer to take to long to dry.  Also be sure to remove any lint that may be clogging near the blower housing area of your dryer.  (See dis-assembly videos below.)  You can visit my home page to get a basic understanding of dryer airflow.

Troubleshooting a Non-heating GE Electric Dryer

Keeping the venting in mind, lets ask a few simple questions so we can pinpoint your non-heating problem.

  1. Is your GE dryer not heating at all, or is it taking too long to dry?

This page is still under construction.  use the diagrams below to identify parts.  Watch the dis-assembly video below, and read the rest of my site to help determine what’s causing your GE dryer to not heat.

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GE profile dryer part identification:

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How to Dissasemble GE Dryer

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