Question about Whirlpool LER8648P Electric Dryer
I have already replaced thermal switch(s)? on duct housing (mistakenly measured with one wire still connected!). Did not solve problem so now I have spare parts :). I have now isolated problem to voltage issue at the heating element. I have proper voltage to dryer (240v; 120v; 120v) but at the element only have 120v on wire (white/red I think) that travels up wiring harness but 0v on red wire leading to motor area at bottom of the machine. To reduce me from buying more parts that are not the problem I have tried to locate a wiring schematic and have not been successful thus far. Any help locating this would be appreciated. Any assistance with solving this issue would be even more appreciated as I am starting to feel like I woke up in a 'Little house on the prairie' nightmare with all these clothes hanging around the house drying! Thanks, Joe
The wiring schenmatic is located inside the console area. but real simple, youll need to check(with wires off) continuity throiugh all of you thermostats, in particular, the one at eh botom and top of the heater pan, as well as continuity throughthe heater itself
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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