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Re: Clothes Dryer not working
If it is tripping the breaker right away there is an issue with the drier shorting to ground. unplug and look for a broken wire in the drier. if the drier runs for 10-15 min maybe 30 before it trips the breaker. there is a loose connection in the wiring. either at the junction box in the wall behind the dryer or at the breaker panel. If it is in the electrical I would call an electritian.
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It could have kinked the hose behind the dryer and it is not venting now. Also while you're looking make sure the vent is not stopped up. If the dryer can't vent out the back properly it will overheat. Hope this helps. It would definitely be the easiest fix. Good luck
well you right in saying "its triping the braker off" thats what it is doing,,
there is a problem with the washer motor,,its pulling far to many amps so its a fulty motor,,,and it will just keep triping the trip out,,,
its a good job you have trips,,the motor could have gone up in smoke
if this is a new installation you may have too much load on one circuit, if it is an old installation check to see if something else has been added to the old circuit.ie: microwave lights applaince etc, if this isnt the case you have a short somewhere in the water pump and it is causing the load to trup your breaker have the pump checked
no its not the fuse in the plug but it could be the internal turmal fuse triping out on you,,,if its getting to hot this thurmal fuse will tip out keep intake vents clean and clear when using the hot air gun,,