Question about Dryers
Posted by Anonymous on
The problem is usually caused by a blown thermal fuse. Disconnect power then access and bypass the
thermal fuse on the blower housing. The blower housing is located on the rear left bottom.
Bypass the thermal fuse by disconnecting the wires and connecting them together. Insulate them properly and plug the dryer back in. The thermal fuse is indeed blown and needs to be replaced if the dryer starts. Do not use the dryer with the thermal fuse bypassed due to fire hazards.
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