The fuse is located near the dryer fan.
Touch the left multimeter lead on the left side of the thermal fuse, touch the right multimeter lead on the right side of the fuse. Keep an eye on the multimeter needle, a needle that doesn’t move indicates a blown thermal fuse. If so, don’t worry, replacing the thermal fuse is an easy task.
With this dryer, the thermal fuse and thermal switch are located on the back of the dryer. The access door is secured with approximately 6 screws. Remember to disconnect the dryer from the mains so that there is no voltage during maintenance.
If your dryer has a lint filter sticking out of the top cover of the dryer, the thermal fuse is located in the back of the dryer, as shown in the second image. and remove the rear cover of the dryer to access this location.
The dryer does not have a reset button. I recommend finding the two (2) switches in the dryer cabinet and resetting both switches by turning them off and back on 23 times and then checking that the dryer starts up.
Resetting a thermal fuse Disconnect the dryer from the mains. Fold the faceplate towards you so that you can look around the room. Point a flashlight at the flat side to find the thermal fuse.
Finding the fuse The thermal fuses are installed in the dryer outlet duct. You usually have to remove the back cover of a dryer to get to the fuse. Make sure the dryer is off before trying to locate and repair the fuse.
Another possible reason your dryer won’t heat up could be a faulty thermal fuse. As soon as the drought protection is ready, it can no longer be used. If the dryer fuse has blown, replace it. Open the dryer and find the thermal fuse to test.
Check the temperature fuse of a dryer Unplug the dryer and remove the front panel. Find the fan cover on the large object at the bottom of the dryer. Remove the wires from the thermal fuse clips to test. Set your multimeter to the R x 1 scale and tap the wires above the thermal fuse to check for continuity.
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Common tumble dryer problems include a faulty door switch or starter switch and operational problems such as a damaged tumble dryer or faulty electronic control board - if the drum light does not go out, it is very likely a faulty power switch is the cause of the dryer not starting. A blown thermal fuse often prevents an electric dryer from starting.
Many dryers are equipped with a reset button on the control panel. If the motor does not run, let the dryer cool down for about ten minutes. Then press the reset button. If there are no problems with the motor, switches or electrical system, the dryer must be restarted.
The thermal fuse (also called a thermal fuse) on a dryer is a safety device that burns out if the dryer overheats. If the fuse blows, the dryer can operate but not heat up, if at all. If you have poor thermal insulation, check why the dryer is overheating.
Dryer Heater Costs Heating element replacement costs 30 to 200 on average, depending on the part required.
Problem: The dryer does not start The door lock has no contact. Check the lint block and clean it completely so that the door closes properly. Check the power supply, including fuses and circuit breakers. Check the dryer internal thermal fuse. If you have a start button, it may not snap into place properly.