Question about Dryers
Dear Yakov, I am going to provide some answers without knowing to much about your dryer. First if it is 220V? If so it is important that 220volts is reaching the electrical contacts at the back of the machine. It requires knowing how to take a reading and I would suggest you not try this unless you are trained. Secondly be sure and try different setting on the unit to see if any other settings which require heat work and the heater coils. If not it could a fuse, thermostat, or the heater coil itself. Much information on YouTube to check out. If it is a gas dryer and you are not getting heat check fuses and thermostats first, ignition second and timer last.
Posted on Dec 30, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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