Question about Dryers
Make sure to have the unit unplugged.
You will need to check the thermal fuses on the dryer.they are normally located near the heating element.If you have a volt meter you will need to check the continuity of all the thermal fuses ad if you find one that has not got any continuity replace it.
I do have a picture of the locations of the thermal fuses for some dryer in my tips.To test the door switch then you will need to remove the wires from the switch and test it the same way when you push the switch in by hand the meter should have a tone or read zero this is good if there is no tone or does not read zero then it is bad.
Also make sure the unit has enough power to it.
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