Question about Estate EED4300SQ Dryer
A couple of things might be involved. First, be sure that the outlet for the dryer is not clogged. Lint can accumulate in the outlet area. Also check for a kinked exhaust hose and jammed weather door.
Next, reset your circuit breakers (off then on) and check the wiring from them to the unit. If not these things, you have a problem with a blown element or bad thermostat.
Posted on Dec 21, 2007
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