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Dryer Not Heating? Thermal Fuse Testing, Repair

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Published on Jan 26, 2011

Dryer doesn’t heat but the drum is still turning? This video demonstrates how to test a thermal fuse on an electric or gas dryer. The thermal fuse is the most commonly replaced part for a dryer not heating.

Other commonly replaced parts for a dryer that doesn't heat:

Gas solenoid valve
Dryer igniter
Heating element
Flame sensor
High limit thermostat
Cycling thermostat
Main control board
Timer

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All of the information provided in this part testing video is applicable to the following brands: Amana, Frigidaire, GE, Kenmore, LG, Maytag, Roper, Samsung and Whirlpool.

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