Question about Whirlpool Inglis IP8200 Dryer
If you have a power meter and can check the continutiy of the heating element and the thermal fuses that is what you need to do.
Unplug the unit and then remove the back panel remove the wires to the heating element and check for continuity if it has continuity then reattach the wires then look up higher on the side of the can and you should see a high limit thermal fuse remove those wires and test it if it fails replace it.
If you don not have a meter then you might have to remove the element and visually look at it.
as far as the high limit thermal fuse with the wires disconnected you may be able jump them together and plug the unit back in and it should get hot.
this should help solve your problem.Good luck and Happy New Year.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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