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chi hong Posted on Apr 12, 2007

Washer wont start

My dryer works but not the washer. Checked circuit breaker all is fine. What is wrong with it? It is 6 months old.

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Your vent is prob. stoped up so the dryer got to hot a blew a thermal fuse..it is located at the top of the element housing

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