Question about Dryers
Cylinder turns but no heat - is there a fuse I can check/replace?
I would start with house fuses or breakers, if breakers then turn breakers off then back on several times then try the dryer again. Then I would check the cord where it connects to the dryer. After that I would start checking elements, thermal overloads/cutoffs, etc. most dryers have several normally closed t'stat/ overloads and a thermal fuse. If the thermal fuse or cutoff is blown you also need to check your venting. these safety fuses are not resettable and are usually an indication that the vent may be clogged and/or obstructed.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
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