Question about Dryers
Element resistance approx 30 ohms, thermostat has continuity. Possible to be in hot warm switch on front panel? no circuit diagram at my disposal.
Some dryers have a thermo-fuse. It doesn't look like a normal fuse. It can look lide another thermost or a long plastic device with two wires foing to it. Also they have a high limit thermost that can open. There is a switch on the motor that won't let power go to the heater until the motor reaches a certain RPM. If this is a 220 volt dryer, it could also be the house circuit breaker. If one half of the breaker is bad or tripped, the motor can still run but you will have no heat. If the dryer has a heat selector switch IE delicate, no heat, or high heat. You should check that for continuity when in one of the heat selection positions. The timer can also cause no heat. Check the timer contacts when it set in a dry cycle. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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