Where is the 30 amp fuse located on GE dryer? - JustAnswer Oct 26, 2015In my rental unit, I have two laundry rooms and two electric panel boxes. The dryer plug in one room is directly hooked up to the panel. The dryer plug in the other has a fuse box with two 30 amp fuse read moreHello there and welcome to Just Answer. My name is ***** ***** I will be assisting you today. I am an engineer with over 30 years of electrical and electronic training, repair and installation experience. I will try and answer your question accurately and precisely so that we can get you on your way. Now answer will depend on the model number of the dryer. Do you have the full model number? It will be on a label somewhere on the dryer. Let me know and we can continue.Ok, I'm working on this. Please give me a few minutes. Thanks.Ok, that model number doesn't work. Did you mean to say it is a GTDX180ED5WW - in other words, you missed out the 'D'.I am not trying to rip you off. I have been working on this site for 10 years. I assure you that is is legitimate. I have to pull the documentation. This won't take long. You are not being charged by the minute :)Ok, you should be able to access the inline fuse by removing the top of the dryer. It is down on the right hand side near the bottom of the dryer. Let me find a diagram for you..Here is a diagram: http://screencast/t/krqr05yAvjR You should be able to access it from the back. There will be a blank over the rear vent location. Remove that and you can get your hand in there. Please make sure the dryer is unplugged. Please let me know if you need further help. SOLVED: New dryer keep blowing 30 amp fuses - Fixya wwwa›Forum›Dryers›LG›DLE5955 DryerNew LG dryer keeps blowing 30 amp fuses, it is connected to a "pony panel" metal box with 2 30 amp fuses. It is itermitant problem. No problem in winter, summer seems to blow every other load. It is less then a year old (the dryer) and is High Efficiency. The pony panel is old.