Question about Whirlpool LER4634J Electric Dryer
The voltage is approximately the same,the difference is the frequency of incoming power as power delivered in the USA is at 60 Hz. and power in Europe is at 50Hz. so some electronic parts will not operate on this frequency,you might be able to purchase a power/frequency inverter unit but not sure on this,talk to your power provider as they may have the answer to this
Posted on Dec 06, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check the thermal limit on the side of the heater housing and the blower thermal on the blower housing
the emement limit is at the top of the blower housing and will have 2 red wires going to it
the blower limit will have blue wires going to it
withe the power cord unpluged, remove the wires to these two limits and with a meter on rx 1 ect. read across each of these if you do not get a meter fluctuation , all the way to the right as you check the part os bad
Posted on Apr 12, 2008
Electric dryer uses a double pole 30 Amp breaker. Check for a loose electrical connection. Check that the screws holding the wires on the breaker itself are tight. Next, check the screws for the ground / neutral in the breaker box. Next, check all the connections in the dryer recepticle (where the dryer cord plugs into the wall) Finally, check the connections where the cord connects onto the dryer. If all connections listed were good tight connections, replace breaker.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
SOURCE: voltage difference
The voltage difference can be overcome. The problem will be the difference in frequency 50hz vs 60hz. The motors would have to be replaced with motors designed to operate at 50hz. The electronics would most likely need to be replace as well.
Best bet would be to contact whirlpool international to see if the offer a conversion kit/package.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
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