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We had a power surge resulting in my dryer just hums-wont operate. I tested my outlet and found my two 110volt legs are ok. 220 volts across both side holes of 4 prong plug.Does it have internal fuses?
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    Les Robertson Dec 23, 2007

    After the above process performed, the dryer now functions normally-starts normally=all ok!! Thank you for your wizardry!

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