Question about GE Dryers
When this last occurred, I entered diagnostic mode and ran all diagnostics as per the service manual The results were as follows: t01 = 02, t02 = E00, t03 = 045, t04 = EPP, t05 = all LEDs light, t06 = beep, t07 = Drum does not rotate, 073 temperature displayed, t08 = Drum does not rotate, 123 temperature displayed, t09 = 2.00, t10 = HI. I have replaced the thermostat, but this did not resolve the problem
T7 outlet temp lower than T8 inlet... clerical error?
Does interior light remain on when this happens? If yes, then bad door switch. Check belt switch is not intermittent.
Then there's the start/pause function of the control board which means replace the control board.
Suggest you rig in a bypass switch for the door switch and temporarily bypass the belt switch to isolate these and address the in/out temperature disparity before $$$ control board replacement.
Posted on Feb 12, 2019
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Posted on Sep 22, 2014
SOURCE: Loud Knocking
this is a collapsed drum bearing, one of the most costly of the repairs apart from the timer and motor, not normally a job for the diy man unless has an engineering background, sorry, the cost of repair depends on the age and replacement cost of a machine, a bit like a car, would you buy an engine for a 20 year old car, if you have a machine thats expensive then the repair could be worth it? stop running it you will cause more damage both to the clothes and the machine sorry (ps i am a retired appliance engineer of 20 years service)
Posted on Sep 19, 2007
It's called "Field Service Mode"
1. Press the POWER key to turn the dryer on.
2. Press HELP. The main help screen is displayed.
3. Press and hold MY CYCLES and BACK simultaneously for 3 seconds. Press EXIT to return to the HOME screen.
Posted on Jan 04, 2008
Please check microswitch block door/ Best result change this microswitch on the new. If terminal is shot - longered on wire.
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Posted on Jan 25, 2008
usually if it's you motor controller it should stil go into diagnostic mode. so that is probably not your problem. can you post a picture of the inside ccu board and of the door lock this would be helpful.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
I have this problem with my 8400 also. After lengthly research, it appears that bad capacitors on the motherboard is the overall consensus to the cause of the problem. If you look for caps that have swelled and in some cases leaked electrolyte (a brown/tan color) you might fine your problem. You can replace the bad capacitors if you are comfortable with doing it or replace the motherboard.
Posted on May 01, 2009
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