Question about Candy Dryers
Tumble dryer does not dry! am not sure which part i need as do not have a plan of which part is which inside the machine, but no circuit reading from a device that has two yellow wires attached at lower part of back of drum, coulf this be the heating element?
Yes it could be the heating element. However, it could be the thermal overload switch. This is located under the top of the machine. Bypass it to see if works. If it does, then it is the switch. If not, check the element. It sounds like this is the element with the 2 yellow wires.You will need to pull it to visually check to see if it is burned in 2.Check the element first since you have easier access to it. Let me know how this works.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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