Question about Dryers
If you have a two pole circuit breaker
there will be no fuses
the breaker replaces the fuses mentioned in the manual
Most common cause of dryer running but no heat is a blown thermal fuse. a protective device that fails if airflow is restriced and temperature rises.
the thermal fuse is mounted on the fan body or exhaust duct and looks like one of these
wired in the heater circuit
explicit instructions to open the case/body of the dryer depend on make and model which are not stated.
If the thermal fuse has blown the dryer needs to be cleaned of the lint that got past the screen, into the fan and exhaust duct all the way to the vent on the exterior wall thermal fuses are ~$14
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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