Question about Dryers
1st make sure CAREFULLY (if this is a normal elec dryer), you're getting 220 to unit.(sometimes 1 of 2 circuit breakers have gone bad). Next, UNPLUG UNIT, I cant stress this enough.
Wiring diagram should be in unit, usually in behind control panel.
While performing following tests also very carefully check all wires and connectors. You have at least 1 thermal sensor probably 2 (different types). Ohm these, at ambient should read very near 0 ohms. These read infinite at predetermined high temp. Ohm across heating elements, correct is very low resistance.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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