Question about Dryers
It takes twice as long to dry clothes. I just cleaned out all the lint in and around blower motor. The tub is spinning fine. I replaced the heater element last year. What I noticed is the heater element turns on red hot then cuts out after 15-20 seconds. About four to five minutes later it turns back on the off again. Is there a thermostat or relay that controls this. Where is it located?
There are 2 thermal fuses located on side of heater box, part # 279769. These come as a kit. One of the fuses if blown the unit will not heat at all, the other is a cycling t-stat. The other thing to check would be your venting in the wall. If its not clear in the wall, it will take extra time to dry clothing.
Posted on Mar 03, 2008
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