Question about Dryers
I can suggest that you trace the wires from the heating element back to the control timer, There may be a heavy duty relay that turns the heating element on and the contacts could be burned not making contact or the relay coil could be bad this would cause the heating coils not to heat. Also some dryers had these contacts built into the control, If when you press the button to start the dryer and you hear the relay click on it should stay on until you open the door or shut the dryer off, If it is staying on then you may have a bad relay. Also check your fuses as the element runs on 220 and the motors run on 110. If the fuse that is bad is other than the side running your motor you will get no heat.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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