Will the dryness display/ electronic dry control board keep the heat from turning on? Is there a way to jump it out to see if the heat will work? tested the continuity on heater and fuse they are ok.
ANSWER Hello Doug,
The Dry control does not have anything to with the heat not coming on. You will want to double check all thermal fuses, thermostats and heater to make sure that they have continuity. Make sure that you check your L2 supply to make sure that you are not loosing that leg to the heater. You also want to check to make sure that you are not loosing your leg from your timer or from the motor.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Wednesday, December 19, 2012