First thing you may want to do is pull the back cover and see if the fust is blown next to the power cord. Make SURE the power cord is pulled before you try this. You could have had a power surge that caused it to go out, but usually this points to a larger problem. It's a good first pass thick to check though.
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i know that the voltage overseas is different form the usa,that's telling you there was a power failure while the dryer was running,check the back of dryer to make sure you have 240 volts going to the dryer,you could have a bad power cord or something to do with power source.
1. Check all cable and input connections are secure & all are tightly connected.
2.Check power cords and also power outlet , if possible try to unplug and
reconnect . A replacement of power cable or use another power outlet is another
good option. 3. If you are sure that power is reaching your TV(check it out with a test lamp that both neutral & ground or earthing is functioning, i.e. the test lamp glows) then probably the power board needs replacement.
Please check the power at the outlet ot try using another plug point. Next check the power cable , if this had failed and also the switch on the vacuum. Finally the motor must be confirmed to be working , if the brush has worn out or if the winding has failed.
the relay is clicking on. it mave have bad contacts internally. this controls the power supply for the audio and video circuits. you may just have a blown power supply fuse. since you are a novice. recommend service by tech should get an estimate 1st. shouldn't be too expensive
Do you mean you checked the outlet and breaker and that wasn't the problem, or you have no power there? I can't imagine anything the servicer did that would have required shutting off the power, only to unplug the dryer. The door switch probably isn't working still and the machine won't run because it thinks the door is open. Call the servicer back to check. You should be covered by some kind of warranty for the repair parts and labor.
Try the 60 seconds unplugging of wall plug in your outlet. Or check your line if this have surge protector. Temporary plug your unit to wall outlet directly. Just check if it still within voltage operating range.
Have you checked the fuse? If the fuse is good you have a problem with the power supply which can be repaired. You would need a service manual for the power supply. But that would be a lot cheaper than having it repaired by a shop. Power supply problems usually run about 400 to 600 in a repair shop. When often it is a 20.00 part. If I can assist you further please let me know.