Question about Dryers
Dryers have several Thermal couplers that open the circuits to shut down when they get too hot.
I would take it to a dealer to be repaired. or If you know what you are doing you might want to clean all the lint out of the dryer and heating coils being very careful not to break one, and try it after cleaning the lint on the inside of the heating coils of the dryer....Note: make sure you unplug the dryer first you might get electricuted working on it plugged in to the 220 volts AC.
Good luck and be careful...
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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