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Dryer model #DEG0332W will not start, no response

I would like to check the fuses, but am unable to locate them.

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Hello there is a glass fuse on the circuit board .the board might be at the bottom of the machine at the side i'm not sure on this machine also theres fuses that are solder in to the board called wickman you need to test these as well i hope this helps

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Posted on Jan 30, 2009

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