Question about Dryers
Check your circuit breakers.Most of the time when breakers get older they can't hold the current load. Also make sure the wires that connect to the breakers in the main panel are tight in that circuit..Be careful I had a dryer that did the same thing. Check to make sure the lint is cleaned out so there is no obstructions that's creating a air flow problem. The dryer gets to hot and shuts down.Well that was my problem.Just an idea.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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