Question about Dryers
There are many reasons why your dryer will not heat. First, let's start with the simple problems. Check your breaker box, It is going to be the breaker with a double breaker(220). If that is good then check your dryer vent hose for obstruction. If both of those things check out, good. Next you will have to remove the back panel(I am not sure what dryer you have so I am going off of the what most of them look like). There should be 9 screws. There will be little fuselike buttons located on your exhaust vent and on the element. You will need a multimeter to check these points. Remove one wire from each of the thermal cutoffs and set your multimeter to Rx1. Your reading should be infinity(0). The last thing it would be is your element. Set on Rx1 remove one wire from your element and your reading should be 10 to 12 ohms. I hope I helped you out.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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