GE Profile dryer takes a long time to dry clothes
My GE Profile dryer takes a long time to dry clothes (over 2 hrs!) and doesn't work on the time sensor. I read on a post from a different site to check to see if the heater coil is working I can keep the door open, hold the door button in, and start the dryer to see if the coils heat up. They should heat up bright cherry red. My coils were very dim at first and then completely off. I am still getting heat, like I said, but it takes a long time to finish drying. Do you think I can replace just the coil? Do you think I need to replace the heating element? I am getting different answers about the parts from companies. GE said I can replace the coil (WE11M32) for $102.99. Or the heating element - don't know if coil is a part of this part- for $149.99 (WE11M30). When I called this site they said I can use part # AP4358513 for $57.61 and that would do it. Which should I order, and could it be something else?