Question about Dryers
I had a question recently from my daughter and her husband about their dryer that was doing the same thing. Dryers are usually 240v and they are connected to a double circuit breaker or two 120v legs of some kind and a white neutral wire. Dryers will have lights and indicators working if one side of the double circuit breaker trips, and if it happens to be that hot leg that tripped.
First go and reset the circuit breaker or replace the appropriate fuse(s). It should work fine.
Posted on Feb 05, 2008
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