Question about Dryers
You can check elements and motor seperately. Most dryers use a 4500 watt element, devide by 240 volts = 18.75 amps. Motor generally is 3 amps or so, for a total of about 22 amps. A circuit pulling close to the rated max amps will eventually blow. Make sure to test all electrical connections for a good solid connection. (at the dryer to cord, wires to terminals inside dryer recepticle, and at the fuse/ circuit breaker panel.)
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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