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My thermal arc power plus ta 10/270h runs but does not weld is there any fuses that could have blown

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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Check yo see if you have any air restrictions by feeling the vent that exits the house. You should have strong air flow. Any restriction, even if small will cause the dryer to overheat and blow the fuse. Thanks Dave www.washermd.com

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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SOURCE: if my thermal fuse is blown; can i replace it; or

God day,
The thermal fuse is a small white skinny bakelite device held on with one screw. Replacing it is very common and is considered an easy and low cost simple repair.
You can check it with an ohm meter for resistance. It should read zero ohms of resistance. If you have no meter, you can remove it and have an appliance parts house test it for you.
It is located behind the rear cover mounted near center toward the bottom.

Posted on Mar 31, 2010

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The control thermistor must be out of range causing the overheating.
The chart for that is found in the service manual.
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Posted on May 06, 2011

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