Question about GE Dryers
Posted by Anonymous on
That picture looks like a thermistor of some type. If you have the wiring diagram (usually inside the control panel) it should tell you the resistance it should be at different temps. If it is a thermal fuse or hi limit it will read like a switch. Closed if good---opened if burned out from too much heat.
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