Question about Whirlpool GEW9250 Electric Dryer
Actually the power cord tests out with the terminal block with a cont. tester. Also tested white wire on terminal block with the white wire at P-1 on the board and the same with the black wires with good results.
I also tested the 'control on' button by testing the corasponding ribbon wires and got a good 3.43 reading.
The belt is in good shape.
Would this indicate the need for a new electronic board?
The dryer is only about a year or less old.
Thanks in advance, Mike
Test you thermal fuse (WPL 279973) (Cutoff, or high limit) these are all the same. It's located on the side of the element housing. If it is bad, besure to replace the cycling thermostat (295 degree F.) also.
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