Question about Whirlpool LER4634J Electric Dryer
My dryer just stopped working. I checked the door switch but the light does not come on or off and the bulb works. (checked that too). The timer still works. I read through the trouble shooting and appears it may be the thermal fuse but I have no idea where to find it. I took off the back and I see many wires????? I have a Estate electric dryer
Thermal fuse is located on the output side of the blower housing. To double check if this is the problem you can jumper across the connection to see if the dryer will come on. Thermal fuse controls the output temperature. If this gets too high it shuts down the dryer to protect it. So if you jumper it you will be putting the fuse out of the system. Do not run with it in this mode.Double check the door switch. Do you have two breakers that feed the dryer? If one is tripped (weak) it will cause a cool dry mode.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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