Question about Electrolux Dryers
There are only two possibilities why this happens. First is a faulty
control board and second is a fault in the heating circuit and there's
one simple way to determine which is which; that is disabling the
heating element by disconnecting the safety thermostat.
Start by unplugging the dryer then remove the two screws securing the to panel to the rear of the dryer as shown and lift the panel off.
Once the top panel is removed, locate the safety thermostat on the heater housing at the rear of the drum with black and red wires. Refer to the illustration for the location of the safety thermostat.
Disconnect the wires from the safety thermostat terminals and properly insulate the connectors with an electrical tape. Hi! Have a Electrolux front load dryer Model - 222f006.jpg them together.
Once the wires are insulated, plug the dryer back in and run it in heat setting mode. Check the heating element coils for any part touching the housing if the dryer does not shut off. Otherwise, replace the electronic control board which is part number 34523200.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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