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 Posted: Sat Oct 8th, 2005 03:20 am
   
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If that white thermofuse on the vent housing was bad you would not have any heat, the ignitor would not even come on, but if it is dead it has to be replaced.



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czahnle wrote:
i disconnected the wires and test results fail.
What do you mean "fail?" Continuity read open?



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 Posted: Sun Oct 9th, 2005 02:41 am
   
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the needle did not move on the meter.  hope this helps.

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Ok, the part that tested this way is bad. Not ezzacly sure which one that is, but all t'stats on a dryer are normally closed at room temp. If'n they ain't, they's bad.

This was also coincidental damage and could not have bee the cause for the original problem as you described it.



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the part i was testing was the white thermofuse. 

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 Posted: Sun Oct 9th, 2005 04:31 am
   
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With the white thermofuse dead you would not get any power at all to the gas valve system, this fuse blows because the air is restricted from leaving the dryer thru the home dryer vent. Anyway with the fuse dead your dryer will never heat, so replace this fuse and then see what it does. Perhaps it was getting ready to go, going bad is why you heard soft and then loud clicks, low voltage to the ignition systems.



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 Posted: Mon Mar 20th, 2006 05:24 pm
   
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I just wanted to say that the thermofuse was the problem.  It's been a while since i logged in and i wanted to at least provide resolution.

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Cool.....:cool:



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