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Kenmore HE3 electric Dryer does no heat.

Model #110.82822120 / Seriel# MP 170163. All 4 thermasistors have been changed. Coil does not have a break, tested ok. Circuit breaker & outlet tested ok. No heat when running.

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Square D circuit breaker in a home fuse panel and I have already replaced the breaker with a new one.


i strongly recommend that you get in an electrician to investigate the problem
from your description of the amount of power required from your circuit breaker I would consider that there are to power wires from the back of that unit
one circuit to run half the points and another wire to run the rest
If only 1/2 are working, I am thinking that one of the wires at the back of the breakers is loose or come undone/broken and that will require the services of an electrician
To further explain this line of thought, each circuit in a house is designed to carry a maxim of 10 amp total (wire current capacity) so that with all outlets in operation the maximum current is 10 amps
if the required current allowed exceeds that the electricians break the numbers up so that a second circuit is employed again up to 10 amps max
if again there was a requirement that exceeded the 20 amps ( circuit breaker amp) a second circuit breaker would be installed and a 3rd circuit and so on

Jul 04, 2016 | Square Electrical Supplies

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Will a bryant type mh fit in place of a type mp


Hi Dave,

I'm an electrician and want to help you with this question.

An MH breaker may be used in place of an MP type, only if the label on the panel says that the MH is acceptable for use in the panel.

Even if the MH type physically fits, if it is not one of the types listed on the label it cannot be installed without violating the National Electrical Code. Now, I know breaking some law that no one will ever likely come into your house to check on (like the mattress tags), the fact is that the panel is UL listed because it was tested with all the breakers the manufacturer included. The panel and breakers are UL listed only when used together. If you install a breaker that was not tested for use in that panel (even if it was tested and is UL listed for use in another panel), the UL listing is considered voided.

A voided UL listing - not much to worry about, right? Well, yes and no. really If there should be an electrical fire in your home, and the the FD investigates (they almost always do) to determine the cause - and an improper circuit breaker is found - your insurance company may not be quite so willing to to cut you a check to cover your losses.

So, think about it. Why gamble with a circuit breaker if it isn't approved for use in your panel when you can probably get the right one to begin with?

I hope this helps & good luck!

Dec 22, 2012 | Bryant Electrical Supplies

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No power when television is turned on


1) test the outlet box and plug a desk lamp if work, if does the circuit is o.k if NOT reset the c.breaker from your home
2) test the power cord for open or break
3) see for a blown fuse inside and replace, or c.breaker tripped reset.
4) test for short in transformer+coil+filter+diode+rectifier and ground chassin.
5) test the Horizontal output for +125vdc +HVREC+FLYBACK+vertical output for 80vdc+all they go to the CRT. measure the color circuite +12vdc+other circuite+12vdc+audio 24vdc. see the block diagram oTHERWISE you must to the repair shop TV
God bless you
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Jul 31, 2012 | Zenith Televison & Video

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Power turned off


1) see if the power outlet wall is o.k reset the c.breaker or change blown fuse.test putting some desk lamp and TURN ON, if does the circuit is o.k and contrary, repair.
2) if the circuit is ok test the power cord for open, break and repair.
3) test the main swicth for open, loose cable, or defective replace.
4) test the fuse blown and replace, or reset the c.breaker inside.
5) retight any wires connector for loose.
6) and Proof again.
God bless you
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Jul 30, 2012 | Exercise & Fitness

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GE Profile Microwave, model JES2251SJ02, just stopped working.


1= reset the c.breaker from your home see if are tripped and reset.
2= open for thermal fuse open, test continuity with DVOM OR VOM and replace.
3) test the power cord for open or broken or break.
4= check the switch for door maybe is open must be continuity until 0 , or swtich defective see the diagram attached. God bless you
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Jul 13, 2012 | Microwave Ovens

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Breaker


1) test the c.breaker or blown fuse from home FIRST, and reset or repair call some electrician.
2) test the wall outlet for ground properly.
3) put some desk lamp is turn ON the circuit is o.k the fault is the machine otherwise the problem is the outlet home.
4) test the c.breaker or fuse in the machine, repair and reset.
5) test the power cord for open or break.
6) Do not use extension cord, eliminate.
7) see the block and proceed with logic sense, use the DVOM or VOM very important.
God bless you
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Jul 11, 2012 | Exercise & Fitness

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Home fuse box breaker issue


Hi Rex,

It sounds as if the upstairs bathroom outlet and the outdoor outlet are on the same circuit. There's a very good chance that these are GFI or "ground fault interrupter" type outlets, as these locations (and others) have required this type of protection for over 30 years. It was a common practice to run a circuit from the panel to one of these locations (or another) and then run from here to the next outlet and then on to the next. Since the GFI outlet could be purchased for around $10 instead of $30 for a GFI breaker, electricians would install outlets instead - both offered the same protection. A "regular" breaker would supply power to this circuit - but the very first outlet would get a GFI type outlet. It would be wired to the LINE terminals and the cable that feeds the rest of the outlets on this circuit would be connected to the LOAD terminals. If there was a ground fault condition, this GFI outlet would trip, but the circuit breaker would remain on. You would locate and RESET the tripped GFI outlet to restore power. The only time the circuit breaker would trip is if the circuit was overloaded. Overloads would NOT cause the GFI outlet to trip.

Now that you understand how it was typically wired years ago (and still a lot of times today), you should check all the outlets outside your home, in bathrooms, basements, garages, and inside your home next to doorways that lead directly to grade of your lawn or deck. These are required places for GFI protection. Press the RESET on any tripped GFI outlet to restore power. If the outlet will not RESET, there is a condition where the hot wire (black, red or blue insulated wire) is in contact with ground, or a device or appliance connected to the circuit has a problem. Unplug anything connected to the circuit and attempt to RESET again. If still unable to reset, open the outdoor outlet again and carefully pull it out and away from the box. Inspected for damaged or crushed insulation and repair / tape as needed. Before reinstalling, try to reset again. If it holds, trip the GFI by pressing TEST button. The RESET button should pop out. Reinstall the outlet and make sure the wires are not crushed or cut. Press the RESET button again. If it trips, you will have to remove the outlet again and take more precautions against damage to the insulation. it is also possible that the GFI outlet itself has failed, in which case it should be replaced.

GFI circuit breakers and outlets are supposed to be tested monthly by simply pressing the TEST button and then the RESET button. Replace any GFI device that does not test correctly if wiring and devices / appliances connected are OK.

I hope this helps & good luck! Please rate my reply - thanks.

Jan 05, 2012 | Hammering

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Won't drain


Hi..

To diagnose your solution you need to check this steps that i can provide you
  1. Check that the washer is plugged in securely
  2. Check the circuit breaker of fuse box. "A circuit breaker provides protection for each of your electrical circuits by stopping the flow of current if an overload or fault occurs. When an electrical fault occurs or the load on your circuit becomes too great, the breaker on that circuit trips and interrupts the flow of current to that circuit. A tripped circuit breaker is still sometimes referred to as a "blown fuse" in reference to the older technology that circuit breakers replaced. If your home uses an actual fuse and not a circuit breaker."
  3. Test the outlet for current. You can test an outlet to determine if current can flow with a voltage tester. Always test your test equipment for proper operation before use. If you don't have a voltage tester, simply use a shop light or other convenient electrical device. Start by making sure the tester is working and plug it into a circuit you know is working. Note that if you need to test a 220V outlet, these instructions do not cover that test.

If there is no voltage, make certain that the outlet isn't controlled by a switch. Try all nearby switches and check whether the tester lights up.
If you are troubleshooting an outlet that isn't working, some possibilities include:
  • The fuse has blown or circuit breaker has tripped. Click on the following links for more information on replacing fuses and resetting circuit breaker.
  • The outlet may be in a circuit with a GFCI outlet (ground fault circuit interrupt). If the GFCI outlet has tripped, it may cause other outlets on the same circuit to lose current. Look for an outlet that has a "Test" and "Reset" button. They are often located near water such as in a bathroom or kitchen. If the outlet has been tripped, unplug anything that may have caused the fault and then press the "Reset" button.
  • A wire connection has become loose. A wiring fault can occur in many places, the most common include the outlet box, another outlet or junction box the wire passes through or at the circuit breaker.
  • Outlets can wear out, a replacement may be needed.
4. Check that the water supply valves are turned on
5. Inspect the filter screen.
6. Test for overheating
7. Test the water level switch
8. Test the timer control
9. Test the lid switch
10.Test the water inlet valve


Good luck !!!

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  3. Test the motor

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No power to fridge. power to house ok, circuit breaker to fridge not tripped. what to do?


plug something else into outlet and see if it works your outlet/ wiring maybe bad if it works your power cord for fridge maybe bad have a short in it if outlet or cord is bad call eletrictian

Jul 07, 2009 | Sub-Zero Refrigerators

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Maytag dryer


• Be sure the door is latched shut.
• Be sure the power cord is plugged into a live electrical outlet.
• Check the home’s circuit breaker and fuses.
• Press the START button again if the door is opened during the cycle.

If everything checks out ok with the above check list, you may have electrical motor issues. I would run a break point test on the motor and the control panel as well. (You will need a Voltage needle to perform a break point test.)

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