Model #DBXR453EV0WW GE Residential Dryer

  • Backsplash, Blower & Drive Assembly
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  • Front Panel & Door
    3 Results
  • Cabinet
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  • Drum
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how do i trouble shot my dryer ??? DBXR453EV0WW Ge Electric dryer

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Natasha12 -
Sears Technician
February 16, 2015
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How do I access the heating element in my GE dryer?

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In order to access the heating element the drum must be removed. Open the door and look at the front bottom area of the top panel and you will see some screws securing the top to the front panel. Remove the screws and hinge the top open. Remove each screw located at the top of the side panels securing the front panel to the side panels. Disconnect the door switch and then slowly pull the front panel away. Remove the belt and drum. NOTE: The drum shaft can be seen protruding out of the rear of the dryer. Look at the shaft to see if it may have C-clip installed preventing the drum from sliding out. If it has a C-clip, remove the clip or the dryer drum will not pull out of the bearing housing. I added images below with instructions. NOTE: Disconnect the power cord from the power source before servicing the dryer. Internal metal edges can be sharp. Protective gloves are recommended.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
March 03, 2010