Question about Whirlpool LER4634J Electric Dryer
Dryer runs but will not heat. Replaced fuse and dryer ran for short than stopped heating again. Replaced the fuse again and dryer worked for two weeks and stopped heating again. What would make the fuses keep blowing?
Your cycling thermostat needs changed too. the thermal fuse is your last safety measure that goes, which means your cycling thermostat is not shutting down the heat element once it detects the right temp hot air in the blower housing so it let the heat element glow until either the high-limit sensor shuts the heat down or the thermal fuse blows. Change the cycling thermostat and good luck
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hello Scott Joseph Brandt - Since you have already replaced the thermal limiter check your breaker or fuses. Some dryers are run by two separate fuses, one for power and one for heat-ours is. If it is not the power source more than likely the issue lies with your heating coil.
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