Question about Dryers
To my knowledge, on most brands/models, an E2 error code indicates a a "thermistor failure" This could be indicative that the temperature is too high (which I am assuming is not the case) or the temperature sensor is defective, more specifically shorted (the continuity test reads below 500 ohms).You would need a continuity tester (DVM) to verify this. Should you find it useful, the standard resistance measurements are:
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Posted on Aug 19, 2008
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