Timer

GE Hotpoint Electric Dryer


If the problem with your GE Hotpoint electric dryer is that is not starting in any of the cycles, the problem could be burned contact points inside of the timer.

The timer uses contacts points to complete the circuits to the different components in the dryer. The continued opening and closing of the contact points will eventually wear the points out preventing the points from closing to complete the circuit.

Since you can’t see the points inside of the timer, you will need to use a multimeter to check their continuity.

To see how to check & replace the timer in a GE Hotpoint electric dryer, view the video below

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