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I was looking on the back! Its all right there when you know where to look. Here is all the info:
Thank you .
You have an open thermal fuse .we can test it .
If you pull the dryer out unplug it .
Remove the rear panel .and on the bloer housing on the left you have a thermal fuse that has two blue wires on it .
Remove those two wires ans touch them to geather ,plug the dryer in ,and then try to start it .
And let me know what it does?
Do I have to uncrimp them or something to get those two connectors off? I can seem to wiggle them loose.
Okay, got braver and pulled and they did and I touched them together, reattached, plugged in, set it for 30 min and pressed the button. Nothing.
and they did stay togeather ?
and the door was closed?
no they need to be touching while and during the pressing of the start button
Yes, my dryer came on! So, do I need to buy a new fuse?
yes ,here is a link to the part ,
You will not be able to use the dryer like this ,that was for testing only.