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Accidentally plug 110v dryer into 220v. it wont start anymore..what's wrong?

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The dryer would have burned off the coils as the voltage is double of the operating voltage that was designed. ALl what can be done is to open and find out the break in the heater resisitor winding . These wires act a fuse and would have just burned out and lost the connection. find it out by a continuity test and connect at this point by joining , twisting. Now test the continuity and test on the 110 volt. it must work hope fully if the motor has not burnt out too. Hope you try. Good day..

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