Question about Dryers
Did he check the plug wire. They can go bad. If you have access to voltmeter check each leg of the 220v coming in from the breaker. This can be done where the plug wire connects the dyer. Put one lead to the black or white wire and the other lead to the metal frame of the dryer. Be careful. You should get 115v from both the black and white wire. This tells you that the wire and the breaker are good. A breaker can also go bad.
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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