Question about Dryers
Need a voltmeter that can check for ~220 volt AC across the two slanted contacts in the wall mounted power outlet for the dryer power cord. If present, then problem is within the dryer case--probably an open heating element. If not present, check the house electrical panel to see if the twin breakers have tripped. I so, push handles OFF then ON. If trying the dryer again, and it quits heating, it probably tripped the breakers again which means that the heating element is shorted inside the case.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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