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Is this dryer electric or gas heated...if electric...did you wire it properly...electric dryers use 220 VAC and have a very large plug on them...usually there is a black, red. white, and green wire...the white is neutral, the green is ground and the red,black are the L1 and L2 hot leads...these need to be wired to the 2 hot terminals in order for the dryer to function properly
does the light close when the door is closed??? poosible that the door switch has gone bad. or a bad thermal fuse behind the unit is also a common culprit of this.. its a white thermostat on back of unit behind the panel (-----------------------) approx this long ad white,,
You already unpluged before the wall work, so the problem is isolated from the dryer from its plug. Take off the wall socket to inspect since it may have damaged. If you have the voltmeter, measure each pair of the terminal. they should have a voltage at least 110V since it is three-phase voltage. If there is no voltage then just replace the socket. Make sure to turn main power off when you do the replacement.
You can test the stats they should read short circuit/ normally closed, you could short them out for 10 secs to check not good idea to leave permanantly as would cause safety issue element if one section two wires plus an earth to it should read about 30 0dd ohms
sounds like u have a bad overheat sensor on the back on the electric strip housing and on fan housing they are round they are very cheap just take them off and replace both of them and that should fix your problem
if your slides went bad, theres a good chance your drum was out of alignment it probably gotr worn on the back side and is now gringing when in the right position......
the good part here is the tumbler carries a ten year warrenty
to put it kindly depending on way you connected wires unit could be damaged,replace pigtail with three wire and outlet to original.outlet wires should be black,red and white. turn breaker off attach white to middle and red,black to sides,"either side is fine".Attach dryer pigtail in same manner with white on white and if plug in and turn breaker on.If there is no operation at this point dryer possibly damaged from previous wiring.Just remember be safe when working with electrical and ask before trying to change things that aren't the same.