Question about Washing Machines
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Welcome to FixYa,
Based on your post it may just be the hi-limit has tripped. Here's what I'd do/check.
**Unplug the unit from the wall or switch off the breaker...safety first**
Once the dryer has been disconnected from any power, remove the rear panel...
Once the panel has successfully been removed, you'll see the heater with the Hi-Limit and NTC attached. The Hi-limit is the thermostat with the red button in the center...
push it in to reset it. As you can see by the images I've provided, if you have a multi-meter or ohm meter you can verify the proper values of the listed components.
If the hi-limit is tripped, obviously something triggered it, you can check the possible culprits such as the NTC's or heater with the info I provided above as I alluded to.
( Even so, I'd suggest running it through a cycle or two with clothes and monitor it's performance, it may have tripped simply due to poor air flow from a large load etc. and therefore nothing is actually wrong...human error )
You may run the dryer momentarily without the rear panel in place ( provided nothing electrical has been disconnected, don't attempt an entire cycle. ) just to witness the heater functioning, but it isn't recommended for much longer than a minute or two.
Thank you for choosing FixYa and please let me know what you find out or if you indeed require further assistance.
Posted on Dec 01, 2010
worked for white knight dryers for a while and saw that the siders and main case are spot weldetd together, but dryers are really simply put together, take out more parts so you can get to what you need, but take pictures to remind you how they go back
Posted on Feb 10, 2012
Hello there and welcome to fixya
well you have a couple of options if you have a appliance repair center or almost any dealer in your town you can go there or if you want to you can order it thru repair clinic .com it is in stock
Posted on Feb 14, 2012
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