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Yes i have a whirlpool estate dryer and the fuse is blown. i had a repair tech to come in and he stated that the fuse is the problem. he stated to me that he didn't have a fuse for my dryer model number which is teds680eq2, he stated that he could troubleshoot it and it will work just the same by connecting both fuse wires together because the purpose for the fuse is only to heat the dryer. He stated that it want cause a fire of damage any other components. he put both wire on in the dryer begin heating up immediately. he also said that many tech want tell you this because they know that this part price is very high, about a 60 dollars or more. do you know how true this is or what shold i do. is it safe or will cause some problems later on.

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Find a new servicer. The most expensive fuse is about $20. It is VERY NECESSARY as a safety from overheating and even possible fire. Hope this helps!

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