Question about Dryers
Its really a whirlpool. It sounds as if your thermal fuse has blown. If you look up your model on sears.com you can look at the break down to locate the fuse. These parts usually go because of overheating, caused by vent issues. Restrictions, blockages or too long of runs are usuall the problem. Once fixed, try running it with the vent off for a few loads. Identify if there is build up of lint in the lint catch area and base of unit. These signs of build up usually indicate a vent issue.
Posted on Apr 01, 2008
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