My old GE dryer quit heating. I think the timer is broken too. I've checked the voltage, vacuumed out every speck of lint, checked the thermostats and all seem to be fine, so it must be the heating element. How difficult is it to replace the coil? And how do get to it? Thanks!
ANSWER Elizabeth, Replacing the heater element on your style dryer is a good sized project. It's a doable project, and we're sending you some basic information, so you'll have a basic idea of what to expect. Thanks and Good Luck
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Friday, April 27, 2012