Question about Dryers
The overload had caused overheating, blowing the thermal fuse. The fuse is located on the exhaust of the dryer.
Here the part:THERMAL FUSE (Disposable Thermal Fuse)
If that does not fix the problem, test and eventually replace thermal cutoff and thermostat. Both are tested disconnecting them from circuit and reading Ohms at room temperature. Set multimeter on impedance at Rx1. If the parts are good, they must read zero or very low impedance.
Here the kit :THERMAL CUT-OFF (Thermal Cut-Off Kit).
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Posted on May 10, 2010
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