Question about Dryers
You will need to check the thermal fuses they are located next to the heating element.If you have a volt meter you will need to check the continuity on all the thermal fuses and the heating element replace the part that has no continuity.
There are times that the main circuit breaker can be bad you may need to check the power and make sure there is 220 volts to the unit.As you check the thermal fuses and heating element make sure the unit is unplugged
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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