Question about Dryers
You need to use your meter to check for continuity on the heating element, thermostats and thermal fuse
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Be sure all controls are set correctly and door closed.
Be sure door switch is good.
Be sure you have 220 volts at power block in dryer.
remove cover and check with voltmeter .
Check heating element with ohmmeter.
Check from heating element to heater box to see if grounded.
Check thermal fuse & thermal cut-off with ohm meter.
Check all thermastats with ohm meter.
Check centrifugal swith, in motor.
Check heating element
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