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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hotpoint tdc60 power ok, but
more then likely it is the thermal fuse, it is located on the backside of the dryer and will have to wires plugged into it. The easiest way to see if this is the problem,for test purposes only, is to disconnect power and take the two wires off and tape them together. Plug the dryer back in start dryer and feel for heat, if it has heat then the fuse is bad, replace thermal fuse and put dryer back into operations. The thermal fuse is a safety feature and if let bypass it will start a fire. the other thing is you will need to clean the lint out of the inside of the dryer as well as you vent tube as this is what caused the fuse to blow, here is a website that will help Tim:
Posted on Jan 11, 2011
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