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LER4634J got ''shocked'' and now won't operate

The dryer was running and I touched the back and got shocked the dryer shut off, the breaker wasn't tripped but I reset the breaker anyway and tried it again and it still won't operate. Is there a fuse or something?

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First, test voltage to be sure your are getting 240v into the machine. Sometimes there are to 120v breakers in the breaker box that have to be reset. Check to be sure yours are fully reset.

Posted on Dec 19, 2008

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You will need to unplug it from the wall without touching it.
You may need to use a wooden broom handle or some other insulating items to accomplish this.
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Dear Sir:
Please see this possibles causes:
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