Question about Dryers
Check your breaker - a dryer will spin at 120 volts but needs the full 240 volts to dry. If that's not it, and it checks out to be your heating element or your thermostat fuse again, you may have some wiring problems in your house (possible power surges). Check your vent from the dryer to the outside of the house - if this is clogged, it may be shorting out your fuses. Hope this helps,..Good Luck...
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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