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no, that's good, I was thinking that there was one on the dryer. I will check the element.
Could it also be the thermostat, or the moisture sensors in the drum?
It could be those too. I am just having you check the things in order of the most likely things and easy things to check.
I will check the element when I get home. I will report back to you when I do.
Make sure you check where the cord hooks up.
It can cause a board failure. It is a resistor that burns up on the board. It is pretty apparent when its bad.
Save the file as a jpeg, and then you should be able to. Just click the image of the tree above the text box.
I have it saved on my computer at home, I will change the format and send it soon. (I have it in PDF as I e-mailed it to work)
You can do pdf files. Just put in a description and highlight it. then click on the chain next to the smiley face and click browse and then find the file on your computer. That will upload it for me.
Attachments are only available to registered users.
that didnt work.
I will have to try when I get home. I am not having any luck this way.
I cannot get a scanned image to "paste" into this dialog box.
Just looking at it now. Stand by.
Does your dryer have a timed setting and a automatic setting? If it has both have you tried both settings?
Ok. To check the relay you will have to take both red wires off and make sure they dont touch anything. And where you took them off hook up your meter and see if you get continuity when you turn the dryer on. Or you could just jumper them together and see if it heats when you turn it on.
Wel th erelay tested good, so i jumped the two wires and got heat. I thought I would plug the relay back in to see if I had anything, and IT WORKED. I figure the relay connections had a little corrosion that rubbed off when I unplugged and replugged, I don't know but it works.
Thank you for all of your help!!