Question about Dryers
You said it may be the door switch. It has been checked out with a multi-meter and it checks out fine according to the manual. Is there something I am missing or anything else I could do to check the switch? Jumper it maybe? ~Beganit
I forgot to mention in my original post that the heavy duty light is dim and stays on all the time unless the dryer is unplugged. It doesn't change when the dial is turned. Except occasionally when that dim light goes off the dryer will work as normal. It will come on and dry clothes like it is supposed to. Also the high temperature light is on dimly and stays on like the heavy duty one.
You have got a bad connection somewhere, it could be in the timer unit,or the door switch, take off the top and shake the wires with a rubber glove on, the machine would have to be on to do this,be careful,you can by pass the switch by joining the two wires If there is just two.If only I had it in my work shop, but Ireland is too far away good luck.top of the morning to you as all us paddys say!
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
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