Question about Whirlpool Dryers
We woke up yesterday with our dryer still running from the night before. The dryer is blowing cold air, all the vents were clean, no build up anywhere. From what I can tell from other posts it may be the fuse, the thermostat or the cut out timer. Does that sound about right and is there anyway to ''see'' this as we don't have voltometer to check?
Well if ran all night you maybe be running a even heat or auto dry cycle. i would first try on a timed dry see if heat then. if does heat (which probably wont) you will be need to replace either the sensor or board that controls the auto dry. or a very small chance that the timers bad. most likely you have a bad heating element. if the machine doesnt heat on the timed dry, then you need to check continuity on the heat fuse(located on heat element housing). if good then check continuity on heat element. i would say you have a bad element or heat fuse.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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