Question about Amana NDE6800AYW Electric Dryer
The first thing to check is the voltage on the back of the machine. Be careful. That's 240 volts. It should read 120 volts from one end to the center terminal. The same for the other side. Across the 2 ends it should read 240 volts. Correct as needed. The motor runs on 120 volts so it can run even if one side is out.
From the front, you have a mired of limit and control thermostats, fuse links ect. They are located on the heat tube and around the blower housing. They should test at at zero ohms with the machine unplugged. The most common one to fail is the thermal fuse. it looks like this.
You can go to http://www.appliancepartspros.com
To see a breakdown.
In addition, there is the timer and heat selector switch but they rarely fail.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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