Question about Dryers
A power surge could have blown the heater fuse under the top lid on the back wall,that is also where the heating element is,you can unplug the dryer and check them both if you have a omns meter,if you can't call your local appliance repair man(not sears $85 to knock on your door)and you know what he is going to look for and can't rip you off,let me know how you make out-mike
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
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