Question about Whirlpool GEW9250 Electric Dryer
You should check the voltage between the terminal of the heating element leading to the high-limit thermostat and the white wire mentioned in your post while the dryer is running. Do the same to the other terminal of the heating element. You should get about 120 VAC on both measurements. The problem lies in the components in and between the timer/control board, depending on the model of the dryer, and heating element if you don't get the 120 VAC in the first reading. The problem lies in the motor centrifugal switch if you don't get the 120 VAC in the second reading.
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Posted on Aug 08, 2010
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