Question about Whirlpool LER5636P Electric Dryer
My awz 129 whirlpool tumble dryer is overheating have changed the thermostst but this hasnt solved the problem.What is wrong and is it worth fixing
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dryer won't tumble
Check thermal fuse located behind rear panel mounted on dryer (depending on model of the dryer) duct. Fuse is the component with 2 blue wires and is white in color. Try jumping 2 wires together or OHM out fuse. Fuse being bad is a sign that either
a) Dryer vent is clogged ..... If dryer takes any longer than 1 60 min cycle to dry loads than the vent IS CLOGGED!!
b) Dryer thermostat (next to fuse with 4 wires 2lg red and 2sm)
is not cycling proper
c) some other electrical short causing element not to cycle proper
Check Temp of discharge air with thermometer
on High should cycle on somewhere around 120
and back off at no higher than 170 no less than 155
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
Double the belt and slide it between the two arms of the tension pulley. Then slip the belt over the drive motor pulley. The belt will be pushing against the tension pulley from underneath.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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