Question about Dryers
I used a continuity tester, found a burned limit thermostat. Part lists for $40.00, but that was not all--the contacts in the timer switch appear to have burned out or shorted as well. This part is $90.00. with the drum seals and belt and idlers also worn out, I think I'm better off buying a new one and getting a 5-year warranty on it. In my area of the country, there is no market for reconditioning this older (12 years) machine anyway.
I'll advise anybody, check out the condition of your appliance overall, and if it is in good condition otherwise then a fix can be justified. Otherwise you'll end up making a hobby out of your appliances when there are better things to do with your time.
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
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