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GE Dryer model DX2300EE1WW

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Looking for a service manual for the GE dryer DX2300EE1WW.

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Looks like a fairly typical GE dryer. What kind of problem(s) is it giving you?

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It won't run.The motor just  hums.How do you check the motor?And what else could be causing this problem?I need a service manual or maybe the wiring diagram as mine is missing.

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If the motor humms, then it's getting voltage.  Indications are a bad motor or a restricted blower.  With the unit off, try rotating the drum.  If the drum turns, you may have a bad motor.  If drum doesn't turn, there may be something stuck in the blower.  Remove the top and front panels to inspect blower.  If the lint filter is broken or missing there may be a laundry item in the blower housing.  If the dryer vents directly through an external wall, there may be a snake/frog/rat/squirrel in the blower housing.

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Thanks for the info and help.I checked and the drum does turn.There is nothing in the blower,but it is hard to turn Should it turn freely?

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Normally there is some resistance if the belt is intact.  Sounds like a bad motor.

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Did you look up behind the control panel for the diagram?

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