Question about Dryers
Use an amp meter check the amp draw of the motor if in check its possible the overload is bad since i couldn't buy a replacement overload i removed mine after seeing amp draw was fine. But i never use my dryer unless i am home and i would not recommend this to just anyone. also if the idler wheels are not moving free or anything is causing excess drag on the drum this will also cause the problem and blow out all lint with an air hose or canned air.
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
Motor overload seeing high temp in the motor, replace the motor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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