Question about Whirlpool LEB6300 Electric Dryer
I suspect that my heating element may be out but I can't figure out where it is in the back of the dryer. I cleaned the lint out of the vent hose to make sure its not clogged and I flipped the circuit breakers in my panel to make sure the wasn't the problem. I opened up the back of the dryer, but all I see are a few wires. I don't have any sort of ohm meter or anything like that to test for current. The dryer runs fine, however it is no longer drying the clothes. I cleaned all the lint out and put a new vent hose on. Still not drying. I'm sure it's the heating element or the thermostate ( same thing ).
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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