Question about Dryers
Not sure about the dryer problem, but you might want to check your "Double-Pole" 30 amp breaker in your electric panel box. Sometimes one pole can go out and still work with only 110 volts going to your dryer. This would result in only partial(one-half) of the necessary electric power for your dryer to work properly. If yor're not sure how to check it, then call a qualified electrician. Don't take a chance on electrocution!!!
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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