Question about Dryers
If you are referring to the thermal fuse on the tumble drier, my thoughts are that the airflow is being restricted.Cool air is meant to flow in the back air vent which cools the components. This causes air convection and allows the clothes to dry evenly. No airflow makes everything overheat and the first item to normally break is the overtemp. thermal fuse.Go from there.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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