Question about Dryers
Believed overloaded with clothes and now it doesn't start
First thing you need to cheak is the breaker on your house panel.At times it may kick out on 1 side it should be a double 30 amp.you should be getting 220volt If not that then you may want to cheak if your door switch is working.If not door switch then you may have a burnt out thermal fuse located on the blower housing rear of the dryer on the bottom left side .There are 2 small blue wires going to it.Try bypassing the thrmal fuse by connecting wires and taping them together then run the dryer. Hope i helped:)
Posted on May 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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