would a thermal fuse cause dryer to heat for alittle while then just go to cold air or what else would cause this
ANSWER Nick, It's not likely a thermal fuse, They are normally non resettable and have to be repalced when they "open" . You may want to start at the terminal block, make sure the line cord terminals and terminal block nuts are tight and properly attached to the terminals. Check the heater element and connections, you may have a weak spot or a loose connection on the wires that "drop out" after the system has run for a while,and then eliminates one of the power legs to the heater.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Wednesday, January 16, 2013