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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: wascomat TD75 gas dryer is
HI- If it is electric (220V) you may have a bad plug or outlet that is shorting the circuit breaker. Usually when there is a short in the unit it does not blow the breaker. Leave the breaker off and take the plug out and have a look for any burt or melted parts. If that looks ok then have a Tech look at the dryer, something is shorting or going to Ground and putting enough load to trip the fuse. Wouldn't keep trying to start it. I know, not much info but someone really need to be there to look at it in person. Best regards.
Posted on Sep 24, 2010
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