THE UNIT IS GETTING POWER AS THE LIGHT IS ON BUT WILL NOT POWER ON. CHECKED THE BREAKERS AND ALL OK. I THINK IT MAY BE A THERMAL FUSE BUT LOOKING INSIDE IT LOOKS LIKE THERE MAY BE 3 FUSES. HOW DO I KNOW WHICH ONE IS BAD AND WHICH ONE IS THE THERMAL FUSE.
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Look for this. 24 volt transformer. Thermostat sends 24v to the unit in order to tell the unit to turn on. The transformer is probably bad or isnt getting power and the unit isn't getting the "turn on signal"
Get a test meter and touch the two screws. If it's not getting voltage, check the 120v wiring to it and make sure it's getting 120v. If it's getting 120v at the wiring but not 24v at the screws then the transformer is bad. Easy to change and common part. Home depot or Lowes for about $35
Hello, Before you replaced all those parts did you check each with a multimeter by performing an ohms test or measuring for continuity? By doing this it would tell if any of the parts that you had replaced were at fault. You can also conduct the same test on the heater as well. when performing any ohms or continuity test make sure the unit is unplugged and that you also unplug the part as well from the wires that are connected to it. I await your reply if you have any other questions. Thank you Rick
If you have a voltmeter or friend with one, check for ~220 volts AC across the two slanted connections in the power socket for the dryer. If zero, check the house electrical panel for tripped breakers (dual unit) for the dryer. If they are ok, then you have tear down the dryer to get the drum out. Once the drum is out, you have access to the heating elements and a thermal fuse or switch.
Have you checked the circuit breaker on the disposal itself? In the bottom there's a little button that resets the circuit breaker. press it in and see if that works. If the disposal is still jammed you should hear a hum.
ya bad mobo no greese left on cpu take aprt redo greese thermal paste on cpu ok blow it all out dust getting labtop cooling bad never set these on beds big no no on any labtop must be on hard serfice ok cheak heat sinks paste proably none left worn out gets to hot fails killled power chips in it sell it for parts on ebay