Question about Samsung Dryers
The heating coils have sensors that will interrupt the power going to the coils which create heat, take a meter and test voltage to each wire on the sensors, if one side of the sensor has voltage and the other doesnt the sensor is bad, replace it or pull the wires off and jump them or tie them together to see if it works, but you will burn your house down if you dont use the sensor, so get it replaced asap
Posted on Jan 01, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds like the heating element has gone or the themal component has died. you can test it with a multimeter by setting it to ohms and putting it across the terminals of the heater and if you get a reading then it is not an open circuit after that test the thermal cutoff the same way if it has a reading then it is good but if it stays at 0 then it is no good
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
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