GTD65EB - if this was your actual model number line, which you seemed to be missing, you need to take off the shoulder 1/4 screw in the back on the control panel, then remove the control panel pushing away fromy you, then your remove the two philips screws located under the control panel, open the dryer door, then remove the two philips under the lid, then move the lid back and then remove the two shoulder philips screws holding on the front of the unit. then pull the front of the dryer towards you, then remove the dryer front by pulling up, disconect the door switch wire, and the lamp wire on the top if yours has a door lamp. make sure its unplugged before attempting, if you have issues call GE appliance service for repairs.
Bad belt, repair level 4/10 don't attempt without machine unplugged, belt cost, cheap, breakdown of machine time 40 minutes to figure out, reassmeble replace belt by watching videos online or call GEA service if available in your location. Part 60 bucks on website.
Always check the breakers in your electrical breaker box in house first. I say this because it takes 2 for dryers one for coils and lights the other for motor and thermostats. Next check door switch by listening for contact click sound when you push the door closed if you hear it switch is good and most likely motor is bad.
This is only a guess as I'm not familiar with that model, but it sounds like a sensor is telling the dryer it's dirty.
You may have to do a through cleaning of all the ducting and traps and ensure that the sensor is working properly and isn't clogged/plugged/stuck in the error position. Sorry I couldn't be much more help. Good luck!
yes it is possible that element is bad, before I started throwing parts at it would check hi limit disc. Also if you have 3 wire a 240 will read 240 between the hot wire and from neutral or ground 120. 120 will measure 120 between neutral.
So I want to understand you, you used the drier then turned it off, then you tried using it again but it wouldn't come on. if this is correct then, now you've changed the fuse still nothing. you should make sure there is electric power on the socket, also check the plug-in to see if any wire is loose. get back to me
I could not make sense out of your model number ... however .... generally there is NOT an easy accessible "reset" button on dryers. Sometimes, with newer models there is a sequence you can through with the control panel like the first video. Or just unplugging it ... waiting 10 minutes ... then replugging it back in.
But if you have over heated the dryer (too much lint build up as an example) there is an internal high temperature limit fuse that blows to prevent the dryer from overheating.
See second video as an example of that.
Good luck with your troubleshooting!