Question about Dryers
There are some thermal fuses located near the heating element, on the outside of the heating element housing, or some of them have the fuses on the blower housing. Check the element by ohming it out with a meter, if open, replace element. The dryer needs to have an un-obstructed air exhaust shorter then 15 feet from the dryer to vent properly when drying clothes.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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