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    • Part Number: AP3794635
    • MFG Part Number: WE16M15
    • Made by: GE
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I just had the fan clip-ie-holder-oner-thingy break. The fan now hits the unit. Is there a way to get the fan clip thingy? Without buying the fan or will this come in the package with the new fan? I see no "this package includes" as I look at your sight. I am looking at the part # ap3794635 it looks like the one in my dryer. Thanks

Jeannine for Model Number older gen electric

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I have replaced my blower wheel. The clamps do not keep the wheel securely fastened to the shaft. I works for about 1 minute. Do I need need clamps? I hate to purchase a new dryer if a $8.00 clamp will fix it. I have done this twice.

Worker for Model Number dpsr483ea1ww

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I just replaced the dryer wheel and clamps. My new dryer wheel keeps sliding foward causing a loud squealing noise which is why I replaced the old one. How do I keep this from continuing?

Doug

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My dryer was not heating up so I went and changed the ignitor switch and it seem like it was heating pretty good but it ran about 5 minutes but then went back to heating just a little, I end up having to run the dryer twice before all the clothes dry. I am not sure what to check from here, I did take the vent pipe off and it was clear of lint. Can you tell me what might be the problem?

Jody for Model Number DHDSR46GE2WW

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What is the torque limit for the blower clamp screw? How tight is tight? I have hand tightened the screw but after a few minutes the blower clamp releases and the blower wheel slides forward and scrapes the front frame. Upon inspection the screw appears to have a damaged thread about 1/2 inch from the end. Does the rear clamp need to be straightened if the torque was exceeded?

Stlouis Jjl for Model Number dwsr405gb1ww

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Dryer was making a grating noise. Have just finished replacing blower wheel and as well as retainer with new parts. Works fine for about 2 minutes and then the blower wheel slips off the drive shaft and get that grating noise again. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance

Clifford Craig for Model Number GE DBXR463

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What would cause the blower wheel not to operate when everything else seems to be working fine? The dryer is approx. three years old. Are there fuses or would it be the blower motor?

Hunter for Model Number DWSR483EG3WW

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My dryer heats on all cycles and the tub rotates but it still takes 3 or 4 drying cycles to get the clothes dry. Could it be that the blower is not working?

Hunter for Model Number DWSR483EG3WW

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I don't have any heat regardless of the cycle I am using. The vent line is clear. Could it be the thermostat or a blower wheel? Is there a heating assembly kit needed possibly?

Jason for Model Number dbxr453et2ww

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My dryer is squeaking, I replaced the green glides, but still squeaking. I pinpointed the squeaking to the blower wheel grinding on the front plate. It has a lot of play, if I push it in by hand the squeaking stops but after a couple of minutes it works its way out into the metal. Is this a screw issue?? Thank you

Bryan for Model Number DBSR453EB2WW

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