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If you manually turn on timer can you hear the faint ticking? #1Verify breaker is not tripped. #2 Unplug dryer. Remove back cover. On many makes there are 2 blue wires that connect to a white and black "fuse" towards the bottom of the unit. Unplug both wires and electical tape them together. plug in dryer and start the cycle. If it works, unplug and go buy the fuse. Clean lint out of air system from dryer to lint screen through exhaust.
I guess you checked for power at the outlet. First unplug unit. Second hang plug where you can see that you've unplugged unit, and that you can see that it's still unplugged when you come back from whatever interruptions that will occur.
Take off the long vent above the door. That will expose the screw holding the control panel on. Remove that screw and lift the control panel straight up to expose the innards. The fuse will be a light gray or white ceramic piece with silver on the ends. Once it's out check the silver end for the amperage rating, ie 20A or 18A. Replace with a ceramic fuse with the EXACT SAME VALUE. Still see the plug? Reverse the order to reassemble. Test run. If the fuse blows again the unit will have to be opened up for component/connection checks. The fuse will probably cost $3.00-$5.00, just so you're not suprised.
Check fuses on unit .Fuses should be on right side of amp .If all fuses are okay.If a fuse needs replacement .Replace with same type and always make sure unit is unplugged .Its possible unit needs repair
remove the head unit from the dash, unplug the main connector from the rear and then plug back in. the unit seems to reset itself and asks you for the security code, should work afterwards. must be common fault as ford dealer new exactly what to do when i took mine in.
Does the digital display light up at all? Is it completely dead? Are you sure it has power? Have you tried another outlet? If the outlet is good and the unit is completely dead, the internal fuse may have blown. You can try to take the cover off (with the unit unplugged) and look for a blown fuse. Try replacing the fuse with an EXACT fuse of the same rating. Try plugging the unit back in again and see if the unit comes back on. If not, you may have a power supply issue or defective Magnetron.
Please let me know what you find and we'll go from there.
I had the same issue and accidentally discovered a temporary solution. Unplug the power from the back of the machine, open the case and unplug the ATX power connection from the motherboard. With the ATX cable unplugged, plug the power cord back in. When you try to turn the computer back on the power light should turn orange and fans should be spinning, with it powered on plug the ATX connector back in. That should turn the computer off. Turn it back on and it should boot fine. You can even shutdown and restart, but when the power is unplugged you will have to go thru the same process to get it back up. This sounds crazy but it worked on mine. Good Luck!
If you hear the unit comming on and theres no sound or Picture, then theres a fault in the horizontal sweep/HI Voltage circuit. This should not be fooled with unless you know the safty issues with HI voltage as theres voltage in these sets even after they are unplgged for a while. Good Luck
I took your advice I unpluged the unit then held the power button in then pluged it back into power outlet the unit came on. There is one thing I might add I had to do it twice before the unit came on. Now how long will it work? Who knows