Question about Dryers
Check the neutral connection from input power all the way thru the unit, if theres a bad connection the 120 volts will use the other 120 volt connection to make ground and you get what they call a voltage-divider circuit and say the motor is on one leg and the moisture sensor control is on the other leg,the motor will draw only about 80 volts and the sensor will get the imbalance of the 240 volts or about 160 volts and will not last.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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