Question about Whirlpool Dryers
Posted by Anonymous on
Take off the back of the machine. If you have an ohm meter, check for continuity across the element. The Thermostat above the element leads on the side of the element canister then the thermal fuse at the top side of heater box all for continuity. Then check the long white skinny on vent housing for continuity. If any of these has no continuity, then replace the bad part. If thermal fuse on heater housing is blown, it comes with a new thermostat replace both.
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