Question about Dryers
If you are comfortable with taking your dryer apart, do it and clean out all the lint. make sure it is unplugged before you do. also while you are in there examine the heating coils for any damage. if they are broken or damaged, get new ones. it's usually cheaper to check around locally before going to the manufacturer. turn the electric breaker all the way off and then on when you are ready to try it out. it is imperitive to NOT use it again untill it is checked out.
Posted on Apr 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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