Question about Amana NDG5800 Gas Dryer
Look on the hot air exhaust tube for a small white plastic module with two small wire leads coming off of it. It will have only one mounting screw holding it on. This is your thermal fuse and all dryers will have this plus a hi-temp sensor mounted fairly close by on the blower exhaust tube usually on the left side of the dryer when your looking at the back panel area. Use a multimeter or ohm meter to check to see if you have continuity between the terminals. Should be less than .5 ohms or almost showing a dead short. Be sure to remove the wires to test this. Also, before doing any work on a dryer or washer, UNPL:UG IT!
Posted on Jun 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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