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Ge laundy center/space saver-dryer too hot


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#1 Brooke Falconer

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Posted 17 March 2013 - 04:45 PM

Hey guys, I have a ge space saver, the dryer is getting too hot. I am thinking thermal limiter BUT schematic is not there. Which 'thermostat' controls the temp? There are the 2 on the top right and one on the the lower right. Which one do I change? Thanks in advance.
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#2 Brooke Falconer

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Posted 17 March 2013 - 06:16 PM

Ok, after I actually got ge appliance, seems that the dryer doesn't turn on. L1 was disconnected upon arrival, heater is nt shorted out. But appliance was left in the rain. Door switch has got continuity. Start switch has continuity when turned. Motor is free of obstruction and blower turns freely. Without a schematic I am not sure if the thermostat on the blower is a thermal fuse or a cycling thermostat. Washer works fine. What to check ext-Any ideas? I am fairly certain problem doesn't lie with the thermostats on the heater housing, because the motor won't even turn on........?

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Posted 17 March 2013 - 08:08 PM

model no?


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