Model #DPSE810EG0WT GE Residential Dryer

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Dryer Won't Heat DPSE810EG0WT Ge Electric dryer

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Thank you for your inquiry on your GE Dryer, Model: DPSE810EG0WT. I’m sorry to hear that you’re having trouble with the dryer not heating and will gladly look into this issue for you.  On reviewing your model of dryer, it appears that the owner’s manual has a few suggestions on what could cause the dryer to stop heating. I have included a link below to the manual in case you don’t already have a copy. The page you’d want to go to is page 13. 

Safety warning: before beginning this repair, disconnect the power supply to the (product) to prevent risk of injury from electrical shock. 

Caution: internal parts may have sharp edges that may cause serious cuts. Use caution and wear protective gloves if possible. 

If you don’t feel confident/comfortable repairing this problem yourself, then you could have it repaired at your home by one of our technicians. The link to the website and the phone number are below. Sears Home Service or 1-800-4MY-HOME(1-800-469-4663)

I hope this answered your question. Thank your for contacting SearsPartsDirect.com and have a wonderful day. 

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Gerry93 -
Sears Technician
February 05, 2015
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Why is my GE profile dryer model #DPSE810EG0WT take so long to dry ?

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Why is my GE profile dryer model #DPSE810EG0WT take so long to dry ?

Although you have cleaned the vent, you could still have an air flow problem that is preventing your dryer from heating properly . Normally a dryer must always be properly vented to the outside of the home.

As a temporary test to check for an exhaust venting problem (and to test the operating thermostat), you can disconnect the flexible vent behind the dryer and allow the unit to vent directly into the room for a short test cycle using a medium load of laundry in the drum. Check the temperature of the exhaust air coming out of the back of the dryer. It should heat up to about 150 degrees and then cycle between 140 to 150 degrees on the high heat setting.

Check the cycling temperature and monitor the drying performance with the vent disconnected. Following this test, reconnect the vent so that the dryer is properly vented to the outside of the home.

This test should help you determine whether a restricted vent duct to the outside of your home is causing this dryer problem. Check the flexible vent and the vent duct to the outside of your home for restrictions and if the dryer cycles properly and dries properly while exhausting directly into your laundry room.

If you continue having problems with the dryer I recommend having a service technician properly diagnose and repair the dryer. If you would like to have the vent ducts professionally cleaned you may call 1-866-888-6564 and you may schedule an appointment.

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Tammy S -
Sears Technician
January 05, 2010

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