Question about Dryers
If you can get ahold of a meter, you can unplug the dryer and check continuity across the element. If that is not it. I would next check the thermal fuse. Its a small white disk with a small looking fuse on it. Usually visible once you have taken the back off. Next, I would check the continutity of the overloads that are usually mounted onto the element housing. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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