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the first thing to check is always the circut breaker. its not unheard of for the boubble pole breaker to have just one leg triped.

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my dryer (whirlpool model LHE5800N0) doesnt heat. i purchased part no. 3390719 (thermal fuse) and am trying to replace it but i cannot find it. any help in locating it or a diagram for my dryer would be greatly appreciated.
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my dryer (whirlpool model LHE5800N0) doesnt heat. i purchased part no. 3390719 (thermal fuse) and am trying to replace it but i cannot find it. any help in locating it or a diagram for my dryer would be greatly appreciated.
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I have a Frigidaire Dryer Model CER3600AS1 that is still blowing out air, but it's only cold air.
Does anyone have any ideas what could be causing this so I can try and get it fixed?
The first thing I would do is check if there is 240 VAC at the dryer wall outlet.

If there is nothing wrong then check for continuity all parts in the heating circuit as shown in the Wiring diagram. Post the results.

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I have a Maytag Neptune MDG5500AWW and I just replaced the control board because of a power surge. Before I plug the dryer in is there anything I need to do when I do plug her in?

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I have a Maytag Neptune MDG5500AWW and I just replaced the control board because of a power surge. Before I plug the dryer in is there anything I need to do when I do plug her in?
It's a good idea to use a good surge protector.

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when you open the dyer pls check that everything is working well
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I have a whirlpool dryer that is over 10 years old. I need help determining what might be the problem---it will not come on when positioned to the automatic or timed drying cycle. It does however come on when it is on the fluff cycle. Can you help me to try and determine the problem?
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