Troubleshooting a GE front-load dryer requires identifying the specific problem first. Common problems associated with GE front-load dryers include failure to turn on, failure of the drum to rotate, and stopping mid-cycle. Other problems include overheating, taking too long to dry, and noisy operation.
If the dryer fails to turn on, the circuit breaker might be tripped or the fuse panel might be faulty. Resetting the circuit breaker and replacing the fuse panel can resolve this. The drum may fail to turn when the dryer is overloaded with laundry. Removing some of the wet clothes and restarting the dryer can rectify this problem.
A defective door switch and lack of good aeration may cause a GE front-load dryer to stop during cycles. To fix this, replace the door switch and remove all the items which might be blocking the dryer at the front. A clogged venting system hampers airflow and prolongs the drying time. Cleaning the lint filter regularly can unclog the vent and help to repair this issue.
The dryer may overheat when the heating element is faulty, so replacing it can help to solve this. A worn-out drive belt or a clogged lint filter may cause noisy operations in the dryer. Replacing the drive belt and cleaning the lint filter can solve this problem.