Question about Whirlpool WGD5300S Dryer
You could either have 1/2 of the element out(check with ohmmeter) missing one leg of your 240 volts input if dryer uses 240 for operation or an input power wire ib burned off somewhere inside unit, check the "NEUTRAL" connection at the heating element center point, it carries the current im-balance and is subject to a lot of heat from element case
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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