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Old 07-19-2013, 07:08 AM
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Originally Posted by HumboldtRepairMan View Post
These comments on checking the thermostats are very true check your tech sheet and follow the circuit path it should be behind the front panel underneath the top taped to something. I had a Fridgedaire this week that had the thermal limiter on the burn tube and exhaust tube that was in line with the door switch and the dryer was giving a door open error code...Found it to be the thermal limiter on burn tube.
Humboldt. Thanks for the additional input. We're working on a dryer too but, probably not the same model. But you bring up a good point. Diagnostics and error codes are more of a "suggestion" than a "direction". When you have an error code, don't assume you have an issue in the control, you need to check the circuit components indicated by the code, before you do or replace anything.

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