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GE Appliances GTD65EBPLDG 7.4 cu. ft. Electric Dryer with HE Sensor Dry - Diamond Gray

Item# 02664353000P | Model# GTD65EBPLDG | Added on November 8, 2017 |
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GE Appliances GTD65EBPLDG 7.4 cu. ft. Electric Dryer with HE Sensor Dry - Diamond Gray
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Refresh Your Laundry Give your laundry the tender loving care it needs with this GE 7.4 cu. ft. electric dryer. Tired of having to throw your clothes in the dryer again or having to throw out the damaged ones? With the help of features like HE Sensor Dry and more, your laundry has never been in better hands. The 12 cycles and four heat options allow you to choose a presetting to ensure a more accurate dry on the first time. Or, personalize your dryer with the My Cycle option to make your own setting that you can come back to every time.

Dries Better than Ever

  • With HE sensor dry, the dryer takes on all of the heavy lifting to make your laundry day easier
  • Dual thermistors continuously monitors the temperature and a sensor bar to make sure everything is perfectly dry
  • 12 cycles and 4 heat selections to get your bulky items or jeans perfectly dried
  • Personalize your dryer with the My Cycle option to make your own setting for those everyday loads

More Room, Less Hassle

  • Your laundry has more than enough room to dry inside this GE 7.4 cu. ft. electric dryer
  • The electronic control panel make it easy to operate
  • Interior lights make sure you get everything out of the dryer, even that lonely sock

Convenience is King

  • With up to 120' venting capability, installation is easy
  • A damp alert gives you a notice when your clothes are at the ideal dampness to iron, so you can make sure your clothes are always wrinkle-free
  • An extended heatless tumble after the cycle is over
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