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Model 110.68622700 keeps blowing thermal fuse.changed fuse a month ago

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  • TomZS May 11, 2010

    It has to be overheating for some reason check the vent going outside if it is clean and clear all the way out then you may have a thermostat that is not working correctly.

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If the thermal fuse is blowing, it's because the inner dryer is getting too hot. The control thermostat is the likely culprit. It's not cycling the heating element is staying on continuously. I would change the operating thermostat. If you go to repairclinic.com., put in your make and model, it will pull up all the parts for your machine.

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  • pick99 Jul 11, 2011

    I believe there is a reason when I purchased the high temp fuse that was blown in my dryer they also had a temp control switch in with it. DER I was supposed to change out both parts when i changed the high temp fuse. But i didn't see it anywhere online so here you go. Change both parts, t he high temp fuse that is blown as well as the temp copntrol switch as it is probably "closed" all the time. So when you "read" it closed with your meter it really means nothing. You would need to temp test it to tell if it were faulty and not opening up when the temp gets too high.

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