Question about Dryers
Please disconnect power before checking the thermofuse. Now use a Multimeter with R X 1 scale and touch the leads to the thermofuse terminals to test for continuity. If you get an infinite reading, it means the fuse has blown and needs replacing. However if you get reading above 100 ohms then the thermofuse is fine.
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Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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