Not Tumbling
GE Electric Dryer

Learn How To Fix A Not Tumbling GE Hotpoint Electric Dryer

In this not tumbling GE electric dryer page you will find the videos that will show you the parts that you will need to check when your GE electric dryer is not tumbling. Make sure that you watch the videos a few times until you know how to check & replace the parts. 

Taking the dryer apart

One of the first things that you need to learn, is how to dismantle the dryer and how to put it back together again properly. Try to learn how to do this first and everything else will be much easier to do.

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The belt

If your GE dryer don't tumble properly or don't tumble at all. One of the parts that you need to check is the belt.

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The front drum bearing assembly

The front of the drum or tumbler rides on the front drum bearing assembly. This front drum bearing is made of hard plastic and it use teflon strips that the front of the drum rides on top of them. When the teflon strips wear out the drum rides on the plastic and this will make the dryer to run noisy or it may not tumble at all.

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Rear drum bearing sleeve

This dryer also use a rear drum bearing with a teflon sleeve that the bearing rides on it. When this rear bearing teflon sleeve wears out the dryer will run metal to metal and will get noisy and also could stop tumbling.

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Idler spring switch

This dryer use an idler switch that is turned on when the belt is around the tumbler drum.

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