Thread Number: 73859  /  Tag: Vintage Dryers
howdy and a replacement part for a 'Versatronic' GE Dryer
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Post# 975616   12/26/2017 at 17:10 (203 days old) by jo (San Jose, CA)        

HI! The internet has some wonderful out of the way bits, and this is a nice one, thanks for letting me in!

I have recently moved to a house equipped with a GE DDE9200PAC "Versatronic" dryer. It's still a good machine despite a minor problem. With a quick part swap the dryer can be returned to full service but finding that part is beyond me. I have attached pics of the relevant broken bit. Any help is much appreciated.


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Post# 975714 , Reply# 1   12/27/2017 at 09:44 (202 days old) by combo52 (Beltsville,Md)        
GE Super Capacity Versatonic Dryer

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WOW that dryer has seen some use, you can still use this dryer on the timed dry cycle, and you may still have enough of the sensor strip left for it to work properly but you may have to reconnect the other sensor wire to what is left of the sensor strip, you may also need to do something to keep the rough edge from catching clothing that is tumbling past.

 

John L.





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