Question about Dryers
A few months ago it quit heating up. A friend checked the heating element, and the coil was broken, so we replaced it. Worked fine for a couple of months,then quit heating up again. Another friend found that one of the thermal fuses was not working correctly, so replaced that. It worked for a couple of days, and now, AGAIN, it is not heating up. We checked the element which appears to be fine, and all the other fuses. I'm guessing something, somewhere, is causing it to overheat, and so it is shutting down in order to prevent overheating??? Just had new venting(code/energy efficient) put in a few months ago, too, and all the lint has been cleaned out. HELP! I'm a single mom who really can't afford a new dryer, and this one is only about 5 years old. What's the next step?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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