Got the meter, read the instructions. What should I set the function/range to? ACV 500, 250, or 10?
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The appliance medic has opt out of this question so I will try to help you, the first thing you will need to check is the thermal fuse,this is located if you remove the back panel on the dryer it will be on the blower assembly, you will need to check this for continuity, 9 out of 10 times this is the problem, I am giving you a link to show you how to test this, it shows you how to use the meter and test the thermostat, click this blue link and it will take you to the video, http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Thermal-Fuse/2986?modelNumber=NED5100TQ1#repairHelpVideoTabs let me know if it is good, thanks, Bryan
The dryer's getting electricity because the buzzer buzzes; but when I test at the plug, with the voltage meter set on ACV 500, the needle only goes up half way. On the black V-mA scale, that reads as 125. Is that what it should read?
Also, the door switch doesn't have any black on it. The male part that sticks out of the dryer body is bare metal and the female part on the door is white plastic.The bare metal inserts into the white plastic with a good solid click and the door feels secure.