Question about Whirlpool Dryers
There are a few fuses in the back of the dryer. All of them should have continuity. To get to them you need to remove the back of the unit. It should have 1/4 inch screws. UNPLUG the unit. disconnect the leads to each thermostat and check to make sure they are not open. While you are back there, check the heating element for continuity also. Once you find the bad one, replace and you're done.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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