Question about Whirlpool Cabrio 7.0 Cu. Ft. Super Capacity Plus Electric Dryer
-Here a sample to remove most brand 's top.
-Unplug the power, then remove couple screw on the upper back
-Now use Flat head screw driver wrap the tip with clothe then pry the front that sit on the end up.
Posted on Nov 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: no heat
First port of call is thermal cutouts - little switches that monitor the temperature of the air going into the drum and cut the heat off before it sets your house on fire if something goes wrong and it all starts to get too hot.
Disconnect the power, then open the machine up. Look for the metal duct that directs the hot air into the drum (you'll recognise it by the funny-shaped blower bit at one end, and the collection of terminals sticking out of it at odd places about halfway along).
You'll find that some of those terminals are associated with flat coin or button like objects held tight against the surface of the duct (the number and exact appearance of these objects varies a little from amachine to machine). Look carefully at these, and you'll find that one or two of them have a little reset button in the middle of them. Check again that the power is off, then give each of these buttons a gentle prod. With a bit of luck, one of them will make a sharp clicking sound - you have just reset a tripped thermal cutout.
Check whether this has worked by running the machine. If it has, then you need to find out what made it overheat in the first place and stop it happening again. This usually just means giving all the filters and ducts a thorough clean to remove lint that's restricting the airflow.
If the thermal cutouts aren't to blame, then the next suspect is the heating element. Diagnosing this is a bit more involved, though still managable as a DIY job. Check the cutouts first, then come back if you need help checking the element.
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
have a problem with my cabrio dryer its powered on but when i push start the sense like comes on and does nother whats the problem
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
If you are comfortable useing a volt meter and a ohm meter I can walk you throught the steps otherwise you need to call a repairman, If you are not getting any heat and the tumbler is turning it is possible the element is bad again only a test meter can tell for sure or you can take the dryer apart and look at the element to see if it is broken make sure the power is turned off at the breaker first also unplug the dryer.
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
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Hey friend, I appreciate your post!
I understand that you are trying to remove the top from your Electrolux dryer. Could you provide me the model number please? With that information I can better assist you. You can locate your serial tag (which lists your model number) on the inside of the door. I look forward to better assisting you. -Matt
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