Question about Dryers
Check the fuse it is about an inch long and it has two spades coming out the back. Also make sure your venting is clear from the back of the dryer to outside. If the fuse is good it could be the hi limimit t-stat. You have probably checked the circuit breaker but just in case it takes two for an electric dryer one to run one to heat. Hope that helps.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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