Question about Dryers
My dryer stops working, it seems, when it gets overheated. It is about ten years old. I am not a mechanically blessed guy but I want to try to fix it myself. Any thoughts? Could it be the thermal fuse? Where can I get a manual for this dryer?
You may have a lint build up coating the windings of the motor. Not knowing what brand of dryer you have, all I can tell you is that you can attempt cleaning the motor to see if it helps.
Please disconnect the dryer from its ower source before servicing unit.
Posted on May 27, 2008
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