Question about Dryers
We replaced our heating element in our dryer and after replacing it the dryer will still not heat. We think it might have something to do with the wires that plug into the bottom of the element there is only 1 wire to hook to the 2 prongs on the element. We checked the thermostats and the are good. What else can we do?
Did you ck the thermal fuse located at top of element housing it may be blown..also if you have only 1 wire to element other leg of element should be attached to lower thermostat by a wire or short metal connector
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
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