Question about Dryers
First I would check the venting for the dryer. A dryer that is tripping breakers can often indicate a venting problem. Make sure the vent is open and clear all the way to where it exhausts outside. Make sure that the vent hose/pipe isn't collapsed anywhere. I would check this first before considering other possible causes. Sorry for your trouble and I hope this helped. Check the venting and let me know if you require further assistance. Best wishes.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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