Question about Dryers
You may have overloaded the heat circuits. since you haven't provided the model or brand I can only give you a normal solution to this type of problem, each dryer has a main fuse located under the backing cover, if the dryer is doing nothing at all, this fuse is the problem. If you know how to use a multimeter, unplug the unit, place the test leads on either side of the fuse with the setting on continuity , no reading is bad fuse, The good part is they are easy to get and reinstall yourself
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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