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Blk wire burned off at heating element admiral dryer ade7005ayw

I replaced terminal once whats cauing it to burn off

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  • Anonymous Apr 26, 2009

    Same problem here, replaced the wire and terminal also put in a new hi-limit therostat and a thermal fuse but it burnt off again.





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Lets see hear.a loose connection draws maximum ampreage so important that any connections are clean and tight then another thing could be vent .if its is restricted at all your heater will run hotter putting stress on those connections

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