Question about Dryers
Could be three things. 1st) 240v should enter the unit. if 120v is missing then the unit will run but will not heat (on an electric dryer).
2nd) the thermal cut-off is not showing continuity and therefore not allowing voltage to travel to the element. 3rd) could be the element itself not showing continuity.
If it's a gas dryer, it's most likely a thermal fuse or the ignitor. please let me know if i can be of better help. good luck :)
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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