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Hello from JA My name is Woody. I will be glad to assist you today. I have been servicing ALL Major Brands of Appliances for 35 Years, and have over 100,000 in home repairs and over 80,000 internet repairs under my belt.
I`m suspecting what you see as white is a faded grey.
What was the reason that you were replacing the motor? was it because it did not run.
And you have gone back over the instructions to make sure they were all done correctly?
Ok what is the voltage coming into the dryer (where the cord attaches on the terminal block ) red to Black should be 240 volts Black to
White 120 volts Red to white 120 volts .
Then test the voltages once again while pressing the start button and tell me if any of the voltages change while the dryer is trying to start.
Ok you never answered one of my questions that I asked earlier. ((What was the reason that you were replacing the motor?))
And with out a meter how do you know the voltage is 220?
Ok first we need to really determine if the unit is even getting the correct voltage to the unit.
A Volt-Ohm meter is inexpensive .you can get them almost any hardware store of less then $10.00 .
and then we can also test other component with it also.
A meter cost less the even a thermostat does.
If you have a Harbor freight near by they have them for less then $10.00 I buy these for my students if you drop it it was not that big of a loss.
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