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Old 04-24-2012, 07:42 PM
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Thanks for responding. The dryer is actually from my daughter's house and I moved it over to my garage so I could take it apart without worry that my 2 year old grandson would get curious. I have no 220V in my garage so I cannot check the voltage input to the dryer.

I did measure the continuity of the cycling thermostat and found the wide terminals ok but the narrow terminals were not. I strongly suspect this thermostat is the problem and plan to check if my local appliance store has the part. If not, I will order online.

I checked continuity on all parts by removing both connections and putting the probes directly on the contacts. I did the same for the cycling thermostat, checking the wide terminals 1st and the narrow ones 2nd.
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