Question about Estate EED4300SQ Dryer
I have an Estate (whirlpool) dryer that just refuses to come on. I have checked the power 110v on each leg and 220v reading across L1 and L2. The thermal fuse is good, the push to start switch is good, door switch is also good. Now I am not the best at reading wiring diagrams, however at the top of the schematic it shows how to ohm the timer and everything checks the way it should. So now I am at a total loss, could it be the motor switch? If so how do I go about checking the motor switch (ohms or volts) with meter to definitely make sure it is bad.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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