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i don't know. first make sure the control selector knob is turning the timer shaft. gently wiggle and pull the knob off.
look where the flat side of shaft is. put knob back on and turn in half way around. remove the knob again to see if flat side of shaft has also moved to opposite side. i took a dryer apart yesterday and all checked out OK. lastly i checked control knob and the darn thing was slipping. cost me fifty cents for a replacement knob at ReStore ;-))
--- reset electrical source at electrical panel. if you have
fuses in a smaller dedicated dryer box, i had one with good 30 amp fuses. i called appliance dealer and they said 'change the small 6x8 inch box. i did. it worked.
before a box change, just use electrical meter to ensure
both 110 volt wires are alive. if they are, it is OK. it might be a broken heating element or a 'high temperature fuse' that needs to be replaced.
If you are saying that a house fuse blew out then the question is why did that happen? If the washer shorted out and blew the house fuse then you have to work on the washer to see why. It might have been the transformer in the washer power supply. If the fuse blew during a storm then it might be lightning damage and that would mean replacing the power unit and the computer in the machine.
Please understand, that if a fuse must bow up, there must be a reason. Without recitfying that reason, if we put an other fuse, you've already did it, will make things worse. There are mainly two reasons for failure of fuse. A short circuit, and an over load. It will be best for your to contact any service technician in this case. Do not put an other fuse and make an experiment.
There is no internal fuse in the washer to replace. If you have replaced the fuse, make sure that is is a good one. If you are satisfied that you have power to the washer, then I'm afraid it sounds quite serious. Trust this helps.
hi when your fuse blew it welded contacts inside door lock mech replace and all will be fine **** it could have been the door lock that blew fuse but check carbons whilst you have top of ALL THIS IS DONE WITH THE PLUG OUT DONT FORGET