Question about Dryers
Check the input power for 240 volts,sounds like you've lost one leg of power (120 volts) needed to operate the unit,the element requires 240 volts and the motor needs 120 volts and the timer needs 120 volts to operate and they normally split these two items to balance the power load
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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