Question about Dryers
My machine will just stop for no reason. There is no noise and the timer doesn't turn. I've tried giving the drum a push. If I switch it off and on again it will sometimes start again or if I slam the door. Could it be overheating - it is de-fluffed though. Help me please. I can't stand not knowing how to fix it.
Ok moony sounds like the motor is overheating and tripping out on its motor protector also called a thermal overload if nothing is restricting the turning of your drum then you can take the drier appart and clean the lint buildup out of the motor and sometimes this will fix it you can take a vacume and reversr the flow and blow it out about every three years you should do maintaince on your drier any way if that dont fix it replace the motor nothing last forever
Posted on Jan 22, 2008
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