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Asko 7005 Dryer won't run - blowing fuses?

Hello! I need some help trouble shooting a problem with our dryer. 2 weeks ago it stopped in the middle of a load and would not start again. The reset button in the back was not popped out and I could turn the drum with my hand. I replaced the fuses with new ones and the dryer made a "click" and then nothing more. I thought maybe the problem was inside the fuse hub, so I ordered a set from repair clinic. Unfortunatley, they are back ordered until April. Here's the weird part- we decided to test if it was the fuse or not while we are waiting for the back order by putting in an in line fuse. When the new fuse was in place, the dryer again made a "click" and then nothing. My husband then put a 20 amp fuse in just to see...and it has been running on one 20 amp fuse and one 15 amp fuse for the lat hour and a half. I am currently drying a load of clothes...the dryer doesn't seem to be getting as warm as usual but it is working. I realize that this is not a fix...Any ideas on what this means? If we need to order a different part I'd like to go ahead and get the process started. Thanks! Andrea

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Go reset your circuit breaker. Even if it didn't pop out, reset it.

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