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Dryer will not come on

The dryer will not come on. It has no power to it. I checked the breaker and the plug and it all seems to be fine. I was going to check the fuse but do not know where i could locate the fuse to it. Can you help! Thank you

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  • dave3787 Jan 14, 2009

    i have checked the thermal overload it has continuity, i even put a jumper wire and bypassed the T.O.F. and still nothing

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RIGHT OFF TO THE LEFT OF THE VENT THERE IS A CREME COLORED FUSE WITH TWO WIRES ON IT IF IT IS MADE BY WHIRLPOOL WHIRLPOOL OWNS MAYTAG START THERE AND LET ME KNOW......BILL

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