Question about Dryers
The Heating element went out and the timer stopped working, can we fix this at home?
Sounds more like either you lost one leg(120)volts to the dryer or the neutral lead could also be open,this would be associated with both your problems,I doubt the element is bad unless you have checked it visually and done a continuity check on it,because the timer doesn't operate either you could have one live leg(120)volts,but with open neutral it wont operate the 120volt timer
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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