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Old 09-16-2008, 03:21 PM
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i was drying my clothes and loading the washer when i noticed the dryer had stopped mid cycle...I have replaced all thermostats and the thermal fuse about 80.00 dollars so far.I inspected the heating element wich looks good...were should I go from here.I have less than 24 hrs before g-friend makes me spend 300.00-400.00 for a new one....never been beat...YET

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I have a silly question......Did you check the outlet to make sure you had 220V(+/- 10% variance) or the breaker to see if it had partially tripped?
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Also don't forget about the door switch.
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Take the filter's housing off and get that crap out of the blower housing. get the filter housing clean. Make sure the air flow is there.That skinny white fuse is tied into the door switch. It detects excessive heat in the blower housing. It is probably blown due to excessive lint buildup inside that filter housing. Replace that fuse and clean that filter housing.

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