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Unplug. Ohm out plug between nuetral and hot legs to see if
a direct short. If not probably bad motor.

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Tcl 770 keeps triping power

Check to make sure the breaker is rated for the current draw of the dryer. If it is, you MAY have a bad breaker. Replace your breaker and If the dryer is still tripping the breaker, your dryer needs to be repaired by a qualified technician.... the heating element is probably burned up and shorting out.

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You have a short circuit on the machine and the breaker is trying to save your life.

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When i turn on the dryer it keeps triping out the electric. what could the problem be?

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