Question about Dryers
Posted by Anonymous on
It could be a bad heater, thermal fuse or if an electric dryer possibly one leg of your power is tripped and needs resetting at the circuit breaker on the house. Try flipping the ganged power breaker both off real hard and flipping them back on real hard and see if that restores the power to the dryer. If a gas dryer then the igniter or flame sensor could be bad.
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