Question about Whirlpool LER4634J Electric Dryer
I went to put a load of wet clothes in the dryer and when I hit the start button, it made a click noise and that was all folks it hasen't made a sound since the breaker is fine the dyer will not turn on.
Most newer dryers have a thermal fuse link which prevents them from producing heat if it has overheated due to lint build up. Safety! Remove the back of the dryer after you unplug it of course. Look for a white, two connector, block about 1/4 by 1-1/2 inches, mounted to the back of the heat transfer duct. Remove both of the wires from the the connectors and test the fuse for continuity. Multi meter needed. This should show 0 Ohms. If there is no change on the meter than this fuse is bad. Most any appliance parts place will have in stock. $12 - $15 Clean out as much lint as posible from the exhaust opening with a vacuume and reinstall the back panel.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
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