Question about Kenmore 74602 Gas Dryer
A fuse is tested using the continuity or resistance (ohm) setting on a multimeter.
Disconnect the power to the dryer. Disconnect the leads to the fuse. With the meter set on continuity, the meter should beep - if you set to ohms, you should read 0 ohms across the terminals of the fuse. If you read infinity, the fuse is bad.
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