Question about Speed Queen Dryers
Hello- You most likely need an ignitor or thermal fuse if you are getting no heat at all. Depending on you exact model and if you are electrically handy and have a multi-meter you can test these components and replace them. If you are at all uncomfortable have a Tech come out, they should have the parts on hand and it should be a fairly easy fix. Hope this helps, best regards.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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