Question about Washing Machines
Sounds like a bad heating element in the dryer if you have checked for lint in the vent which should get cleaned out easily with the water. I assuming that this is an electric dryer. A dryer whose heating
element is partially or completely burned out will definitely prolong a
dryer's drying time. Open up your dryer's cabinet and locate its
heating element. Test the element, and if it is no longer functioning
as it should, you will have to replace it. Once you have gained access to your dryer's heating element, set your
multimeter to the R x 1 resistance scale. Touch each meter probe and to
one end of the element. If you receive a reading of infinite
resistance, then your heating element is no longer functioning properly
and you will have to replace it. Let me know how this turns out.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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