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    • Part Number: AP4309184
    • MFG Part Number: WE4M398
    • Made by: GE
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PN 559C259G05 Does it close when it gets hot? It measures 75k ohms at room temp.

Howard for Model Number GE PROFILE ELECTRIC DRYER

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My GE dryer is about 4 years old now and recently I noticed that clothes weren't drying. I replaced the heater element and no help. I cleaned the lint trap area very thoroughly and while I was down at eye level with the drum, I started the dryer and after about 10 seconds, the heater came on and turned orange. About 3-5 seconds later, I heard a click and then the heater shut down.. Can you tell me what sensor went bad. With the price difference of all the sensors, I need to know if I have another problem other than a bad sensor.

Tim for Model Number DCVH680EJ1WW

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My GE dryer is about 4 years old now. The problem is that some of the clothes I have been drying will dry normally at a little above normal time. When I put a load of about 8-10 towels, it will take about 3 complete cycles to dry. I have just replaced the heater and it turns bright orange after about 30 seconds. It does produce heat, but refuses to dry the clothes. I have cleaned dryer thoroughly of all lint. I have no idea what sensor to replace next. Such a price difference, want to eliminate replacing all sensors if possible... Thanks in advance.

Tim for Model Number GE dcvh680ej

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GE gas dryer stopped working and found that the belt was broken. When I press start the dryer control panel comes on normally and then hitting start the timer starts to count down quickly by seconds instead of minutes and nothing else happens... no clicks or motor sounds or anything. Replaced belt but still results in the same exact issue.. Checked the switch that detects if the belt is broken and that is engaging and showing as good. Door switch is also good. Check all thermostats for 0 resistance/continuity and all look good except for Inlet Control Thermostat... is that supposed to show continuity? Shorted the wires connected to the inlet control thermostat but no difference... Any ideas? what else could it be? Please help.

A Pat for Model Number GE dryer model: DCVH515GF1WW

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Hi my dryer ignites runs for awhile then shuts down. I change solenoids still has the problem. Checked continuity the only thing that reads open is the Inlet control thermostat I don't know if it should.

Ted for Model Number Dbvh512gfoww

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The dryer burners come on and then turn off after about 5 minutes. The dryer continues to run and cloths do not get dry. What do I need to replace?

Chip for Model Number DCVH660GH0BB

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I appreciate all you help so far...I have found that all of the thermostats are working properly and the inlet control thermis is ok... I replaced the main power board... checked the door switch...vaccuumed the inside of the cabinet and motor housings...pristine condition now... checked the thermostat on the motor also..all good... what now? How do I check out the motor it cant be anything else ... oh yes...I am getting 120 at each leg...so power is ok also...help again!

Greg Here Again for Model Number dcvh660eh0bb

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My resistance shows 97.4.... the other thermal fuses show continuity... where do I go from here... nothing but the front panel lights work... where do I go from here... out of a dryer for a week and a half...this shouldnt be this hard... but alas..!!! lol Help.. :)

Greg for Model Number dcvh660Eh0bb

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I have checked for continuity in each fuse, no continuity in this inlet control thermis, replaced it with a new one and no continuity with the new one either. This sucks...Help!

Greg for Model Number dcvh660Eh0bb

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Hi, My dryer doesnt heat up anymore. First you hear the ignitor coming on and the heat comes out of the exhaust, but then cools after a few seconds. Ive tested the coils at 2000k and reads anywhere from 2.0 to .5 on the dual and 1.4 on the main. Im understanding from all the research ive done that refers to as closed. Can you confirm is this is a good reading please. Also Ive noticed my inlet control thermis is reading 97.5 is this normal and what is this part designed to do? Is this part related to my no heat situation?

Daniel for Model Number General Electric DCVH515GF1WW Gas dryer

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