Question about Dryers
Make sure the setting is not on "no heat" at first. Then you can check the thermal breaker if they are bad or maybe even the heating element are bad. If you are going to go behind the dryer to check it make sure it is unplugged especially since dryers run on 220 volts. Armed with a multimeter, set it on "ohms" to measure resistance or set it to beep for continuity. If none of the thermal breaker is open, then the heating element is probably burnt open.
Posted on May 28, 2011
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