How do you reset a GE Harmony dryer?
The following steps will allow you to reset your control.
- Clear the ERROR from the screen: Press and hold the MY CYCLES and BACK buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds.
- Remove Power: Follow the onscreen instructions to remove power (unplug unit) and then immediately plug unit back in.
Does GE dryer have a reset button?
The most obvious option is the reset button. You can find it on the control panel or the front of the plug. Press it to reset the GE dryer. You can also reset the dryer by turning it off and disconnecting the appliance from its power source.
Why is my GE dryer not turning on?
If your dryer will not run or start, check the following: Make sure the dryer plug is pushed completely into the wall outlet. Check that the dryer door is closed tightly. Make sure that the cycle selection button is positioned on the desired temperature, fabric and drying time.
When I press the start button on my GE dryer nothing happens?
START SWITCH But nothing happens when you press the start switch. The switch itself could be to blame. Test it with a multimeter (or get a specialist to do it). If there’s no continuity, your dryer could be repaired with a simple replacement start switch.
Why won’t my GE dryer dry my clothes?
If your dryer won’t dry clothes but gets hot you may be facing the dangerous situation of clogged dryer vents or lint trapped inside your dryer. Over time, lint can accumulate in the dryer cabinet and vents that cuts off the dryer’s air supply. This creates a dangerously hot environment that can lead to dryer fires.
Why My dryer is not drying my clothes?
Check the Air Vent and Duct Clogged air vents are a common cause for poor airflow in clothes dryer systems. One way to see if your dryer’s air vent is clogged is by turning on your dryer and going outside to feel the flow of air leaving the vent. If it’s slow and not very warm, your vent may be due for a good cleaning.
Why won’t my dryer start all of a sudden?
If the drum light doesn’t turn off, a failed door switch is the likely reason the dryer won’t start. A blown thermal fuse often prevents an electric dryer from starting. You’ll find the thermal fuse on the blower housing. Unplug the dryer and check the thermal fuse for continuity.