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Where is the fuse or the breaker to reset - Dryers

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  • hollyhhill Dec 02, 2008

    I recently changed the belt on my Asko T700 dryer. It won't stay turned on after you release the start button. It acts like it has over heated, but the reset button on the rear of the machine does not click or reset it. Any suggestions?? Could it be a fuse? Where are they located?

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Which model are we speaking of here? Look in the door and/or the top of the console.

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