I would just like to thank you for your website. I am a single mother who cannot afford a repairman. Unfortunately, I do not live close to any of my relatives or high school friends. I just repaired my Whirlpool washer using your website for reference and I found valuable information. I am not sure I could have done it without you. I am now working on getting my GE dryer back in properly working order.
Thank you so much for being here. I know I will continue to find valuable help and information and enjoy a few laughs along the way.
My GE dryer is overheating. I just replaced the element about 6 months ago, and ever since then I cannot dry my clothes properly. The element was bad and had been for a while. I have since moved twice and check my ventilation regularly.
Now if I run the dryer on high (which I don’t) my clothes come out smoking. I mean it, my clothes are smoking and smell burnt. I clean my lint trap after every use and have vacuumed out the duct work (both inside the dryer and from the dryer to outside the house). I am sure my ventilation is good.
Even on medium, the clothes get too hot. I cannot touch them to take them out of the dryer and fold them.
So I run the dryer on low, and it takes almost two hours to dry a regular size load of clothes. I don’t dare try to fill my washer because my dryer cannot dry a large load in a reasonable amount of time.
Yes I now know that GE is not the appliance to buy. I have had this dryer for an amazing 8 years. The matching washer died about 6 years ago and was repalced with a Whirlpool. Unfortunately, I just can’t afford to replace my dryer at this time so I must fix it myself.
I appreciate any and all help I recieve.