Question about Dryers
You cannot test continuity with this unless you have a death wish. You could see if you had power going to an object but that would not let ye know if power was going through it. Both sides of the heating element could be hot and therefore light up the tester but that would not PROVE the heater was ok. To do that you would need to remove a wire (while live) connect up to the live 240 volt wire and the leg to the heater THEN if the light comes on yeah you have continuity but you could be KILLed in the process. It would be better to get a meter and check each item for continuity:
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Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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