Question about Whirlpool GEW9250 Electric Dryer
My house experienced an electrical problem causing AC over and under
voltages perhaps started by a power surge. My Duet dryer is now
completely dead. Could this be fixed by replacing a simple,
easy-to-replace electrical part?
Swb, unplug the dryer, remove the top by removing the 3 screws in back. Slide it off toward the back. On the left will be the main board. Remove the metal cover on the board. On the board you will see P1-5 black wire (L1 line in voltage. You will also see P1-2 white wire (nuetral). With a voltage meter see if you have 120V from that black to white. If you do, you have power going in, nothing coming out, replace the board. Now Im going on that fact that you have no display lights, the dryer is completely non responsive. Catriver
Posted on Dec 20, 2007
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