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That is the correct model number I have it also. Admiral LC6746A80 I need to know where to locate the thermal fuse, thermal selenoids, and thermostats. I am going to have to replace the temperature control switch or cycle thermastat switch which ever name. I just replaced blower (yeah). Now curiously after this am I going to have to check the gas stuff. the only thing was wrong was the blower wheel needed replacing but we arced out something. Yes we thought it was unplugged. What we unplugged was the washer because 17 years ago it was put in another type of surge protector and plug different color so bla bla stupid mistake made.
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If your dryer is not getting hot, the thermal fuse may be blown. Instead of calling an expensive repairman, you can replace this simple part yourself in less than an hour. Make sure you purchase the correct replacement fuse for your make and model of dryer. Your owner's manual should have a list of compatible part numbers. You may also be able to order a replacement directly from your dryer manufacturer's website.
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Thermal fuse. If the dryer overheats, this device stops the flow of electricity to the heat source and/or the entire dryer. It is located on the blower housing and cannot be reset. The most common cause for overheating is a vent tube clogged with lint, a birds nest or other debris.
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