GE Dryer Repair – Dryer Won’t Start-Stops

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GE Dryer Repair – Dryer Won’t Start-Stops

GE Dryer Repair – Dryer Won’t Start, Stops Mid-Cycle

27” Gas And Electric Dryers

Problem: Dryer will not start or stops running mid-cycle. The door may not make contact with the door switch.

Solution: If the dryer will not start, press in on the door at the door switch location and try to start the dryer. If the dryer starts, the complete door needs to be replaced with a new redesigned door. The new door has a protruding emboss that will press against the door switch. If pressing the door into the switch does not start the dryer, follow standard diagnostic procedures.

MD Appliance LLC offers GE Dryer Repair San Diego CA. If your GE dryer is noisy, not drying, not heating, not tumbling or if you have any other dryer problem please contact us to schedule an in-home repair visit. Preventive dryer maintenance reduces the amount of GE dryer service and prolongs the life of the dryer. It’s a good preventive maintenance practice to clean dryer vent often and the lint filter after every drying cycle for safety and energy efficiency.We are happy to provide quality GE dryer repair San Diego, California.

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