Question about Zanussi TC180W Electric Portable Dryer
These t'stats are in series with the element monitoring temp's at different locations and are rated for different temperatures. When they are "satisfied", they close the circuit and allow power to the element. When dis-satisfied they "open" the circuit, thereby killing power to the element. If you are reading infinity on one or both of these t'stats when they are room temp, it indicates a failed component and must be replaced. Don't forget to OHM out your element, too. If you read anything other than infinite resistance, it's OK.
Posted on Aug 11, 2007
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