Question about Cell Phones
Top of dryer gets very hot to the touch as does the back of the top panel. Could this be an overheat sensor? Where is it located?
Yes,check the hi-limit switch on the case of the element housing,it will have 2 heavy wires attached to it and it probably isn't opening up to let the heat element cycle,also check the heat cycling switch in the unit also this can be in the exhaust vent or numerous places to moniter heat for drying clothes
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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