View single post by rvaughn
 Posted: Mon Jul 23rd, 2007 10:36 pm
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Forgive my ignorance, but are you saying that the element is grounded, but shouldn't be, or isn't grounded, but should be?

Thanks for your quick response!


Pegi wrote:
Check your heating element, it is grounded to the canister or the bracket it is strung inside of....a grounded element will heat at all times if the timer is on or the dryer is plugged in and the timer is not in the off position....unplug the dryer till this is repaired as you have live voltage going thru the case at all times...