Question about LG DLE5977 Electric Dryer
Basic electronics tells us that if the cord was melted, the breaker is primarily responsible for keeping that from happening. It is extremely unlikely that the dryer caused this, although exposed wiring could have caused an arc that would have melted the chord, but then the breaker should also have tripped. You should definately have the breaker checked and or replaced first.
From there, if the breaker repeatedly trips, or the dryer won't heat, then the dryer is at fault.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
I'd be happy to assist you but an you elaborate on what happened? I can only assume you checked the basics...such as the circuit breaker has not tripped to the receptacle your dryer is plugged in to.. and the cord from the dryer is plugged in to that receptacle properly.. otherwise, please tell me what happened and when it last worked...
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