Question about Dryers
Can a timer stop a dryer from heating up? As I said timer won't advance and now it's not heating up.
Yes it can. The moulding near the contacts has probably melted. You can test it by bridging the contacts. If the element gets power, then you can replace the timer.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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