Question about Dryers
You sent a picture for me to test continuity due to spinning but not heating.
I have a gas dryer. Would that be why there is not a a heating element nor high limit thermostat on my dryer where the picture shows there should be one that you sent?
I have tested the thermal fuse, thermal cutoff, and the cycling thermostat and I didn't get any readings on my meter.
I disconnected the wires. What am I doing wrong?
Yes i sent you a pic of an electric dryer. there should be full continuity thru those switches when the dryer is cold. usually when the fuse goes out it is because one or more of the thermostat switches are bad. there are more switches on the gas heater housing too.
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
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