Question about Whirlpool LER4634J Electric Dryer
The first thing I would check would be your thermal fuse. This is located behand the dryers access panel. Remove the panel with a 1/4' nutdriver. There are 9 screws. Once you have removed the panel look down at the exhaust vent. There will be a little white plastic fuse with two blue wires attached to it. You can either check the resistance with a multimeter set on Rx1. You should have 0 as a reading or infinity. If you do not have one than I would just replace it, because it is a cheap item. This should resolve your problem. One more thing I would check is power to your wall recepticle. Hope I helped you.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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