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the dryer was unplugged for a sander to do some work, then when plugged back in, it did not come on at all. we flipped the breakers, and after a few minutes it lit up. but since then, no heat whatsoever.
when we opened the outer door below the dryer's door, we see a sort of triangular black covering and some visible wires to the right of this covering that join together with a clear plastic connector -- a black wire and a yellow/red wire entering each side of the connetor (with a green ground wire as well).
is this the wiring we are suppose to be looking at? or are we to take off the black triangular covering directly infront of us? or do we go back towards what looks like coils and red wiring?
the fuse picture you just sent, is not visible.
i'm still not seeing it, do i take off this black covering to what i assume is the blower?
ok, we connected the right wires, still no heat unfortunately.
the coils should be glowing? if so, they are not.
thanks for you help. really appreciate it. have to say though, we turned the power off and on already at the breaker. the dryer then started up. i still don't get why we had to do the breaker a second time to get it to start heating. but regardless, i thankyou so much for your help and will pay you now!