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Dryer blowing fuses

We moved into an older home that the electric has not been updated. We have been here since may. I have had the washer and dryer since march, and had no problems until the last few weeks. Before making it through a whole cycle it will still be running with no heat. As soon as I open the door it goes completely dead. I then have to replace the 30amp fuse before it will work again. My question is this a problem with my dryer or is it the electric that needs updated? Keep in mind we have lived here since may and just now started having an issue. If anyone can point us in the right direction I would greatly appreciate it.


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Re: dryer blowing fuses

Check the heating element to see if its shorted to ground. also check where the power cord connects to the dryer to see if there is a loose wire there either one could cause the breaker to trip

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