Question about Dryers
I have checked the thermal fuse and the heating element and they are good. I checked the thermostat that is near the heating element and it is o.k. When I checked the other thermostat, near the thermal fuse, it was bad so I replaced it and my dryer will still not heat. What can I try next?
Ckd timer there are contacts internally for element operation lest likely switch on motor
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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