Question about Dryers
Check the breaker in your home. Turn it off then back on to be sure there is 240 VAC going to the dryer. Often times one side of the breaker will trip internally and even though it looks like it is okay, it can be tripped. Be sure to turn it off then back on.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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