Hello, I change the heating element (was broken) and all fuses are OK. Still no heat. What can I do next? Thank you, Laura.
Answer Laura, make sure you have 240v going to the dryer and the breaker hasn't tripped. You'll need to check the thermostats. They should read closed for continuity. Thanks.
My dryer would only work in low heat/fluff cycle and now will not start at all. I already changed out the thermal fuse.
Answer Joe, if you've changed out the thermal fuse 3392519 on the blower housing and the dryer won't start or run, you'll need to check the timer circuits for a "closed" circuit between terminals B and C on the timer, which is power out to the motor, and the door switch terminals Com to NO, with the door closed. This is the neutral circuit to the motor and start switch, if either is "open" the dryer won't start or run. You did check to see that you have 220 - 240 VAC at the outlet and terminal block on the back of the dryer.
My dryer wont always turn off unless I unplug it. It has burned up 2 thermal fuses.
Answer Hello John,
If the unit has burned out 2 thermal fuses, the exhaust duct has an issue. The timer W10185976 will have nothing to do with this issue but it could have contacts sticking due to the high heat.