Question about Asko T701 Electric Dryer
Hello, The dryer seemed to blow a fuse (popping noise when turned on, then silence, nothing moving). Is this something we can repair ourselves? Thanks. Rebecca
It probably blew out the thermal fuse. The thermal fuse should be located just inside the rear of the dryer on or near the exhaust duct. The fuse is about one inch long. It is easily checked with an ohm meter or multimeter. It should have continuity and if it doesn't it's bad and will need replaced. Sure hope this helped.
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