Laundromats and homeowners alike rely on quality GE products to ensure a machine that continues to function smoothly, keeping clothes feeling and looking like new. One of the most critical problems that dryer owners encounter is clothes that come out damp, but with GE Dryer replacement pairs you can locate and fix your most troublesome dryer problems.
If your load is coming out wet, you can save time and money by cleaning out your dryer's vent tube. Over time, lint and debris can accumulate in your dryer's vent tube, which can not only prevent your dryer from heating properly, but also enable a potential fire.
The thermostat critically controls your dryer's heat source by monitoring the temperature of the air inside the dyer drum. If it malfunctions, your dryer could overheat or not heat at all, potentially causing damage to your clothes. Using GE dryer repair parts, you can eliminate an improperly operating thermostat by replacing it.
If you have an electric dryer, the heating element is responsible for producing the heat inside your dryer. If you notice your clothes remain damp after a cycle, some basic dryer troubleshooting may tell you your dryer's heating element is damaged and in need of replacement. Unplug the dryer and using a screw driver, remove the back panel. If the dryer heating element has visible damage, it likely needs to be replaced.
Sears PartsDirect offers a wide selection of products that can ensure continued quality operation from your GE Dryer equipment. Choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.