Question about Whirlpool GGW9200L Gas Dryer
NO RESET BUTTON, BUT THERE IS A THERMAL FUSE LOCATED ON THE BACK NEAR THE EXHAUST DUCT. IT IS A SMALL WHITE ITEM WITH TWO WIRES ATTACHED TO IT. CHECK FOR 120 VOLTS AT THE TWO TERMINALS. IF YOU HAVE 120 VOLTS THERE, THE THERMAL FUSE IS BAD. REPLACE FUSE AND CHECK FOR RESTRICTION IN THE AIR FLOW. ALSO, IF YOU HAVE A THERMOMETER THAT CAN MEASURE TEMPS BETWEEN 100 AND 200 DEGREES, CHECK THE TEMP AT THE EXHAUST ONCE THE DRYER IS OPERATING AGAIN. IT SHOULD CYCLE OFF SOMEWHERE AROUND 170 DEGREES. IF IT GOES OVER 200 DEGREES, REPLACE THE CYCLING THERMOSTAT.
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
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