I have 120 volts on the black wire coming from the motor block, which goes to the limit thermostat, If i hook everything up and start dryer, heating element does not heat up.
This is how my dryer is hooked up.
1. 220 voltage at black power block on back of dryer.
2. Red wire from left side of block to circuit board.
3. Black wire to motor connection block
4. Black wire runs to Limit thermostat on heating element.
5. Black jumper from limit thermostat to Element.
6. Orange wire from Circuit board to Thermal fuse.
7. Jumper from thermal fuse mounted on back of heating element to other end of heating element.
I HAVE HOOKED EVERYTHING UP JUST LIKE IT WAS.
THERE WAS NOTHING WRONG WITH THE HEATING ELEMENT BEFORE I CHANGED IT.
I DO HAVE 120 VOLTS ON THE BLACK WIRE COMING FROM THE MOTOR CONNECTION BLOCK (WHEN UN HOOKED FROM LIMIT THERMOSTAT.
WHEN I HOOK IT UP TO THERMOSTAT, I DO NOT SEE THE ELEMENT HEATING UP.
THERE IS NO POWER ON THE ORANGE WIRE COMING FROM THE CIRCUIT BOARD WITH DRYER RUNNING ( THIS WIRE ALONG WITH THE BLACK WIRE
CURRENTLY DISCONNECTED FROM ELEMENT.
WHEN I RUN THE DRYER, I HAVE CHECKED THE BLACK WIRE, AND IT HAS 120 VOLTS ON IT, AND THE ORANGE ONE DOES NOT HAVE ANY POWER ON IT.
I HAVE 120 VOLTAGE ON EACH SIDE OF THE DRYER RECEPTACLE, 220 ON THE BLOCK AT THE BACK OF THE DRYER, MOTOR RUNS, POWER IS 120 VOLTS ON BLACK WIRE LEAVING MOTOR BLOCK.
WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THE CIRCUIT BOARD.
WHEN YOU READ THIS, AND SEE IF THERE IS ANY THING THAT I HAVE MISSED, TELL ME, AND I WILL ACCEPT YOUR ANSWER.