Changed fuse and heating element and still no heat
5 years ago
There is really something wrong. Why don't you check the wire?
You can have the following in a normal dryer:Temp sensor (required is at least on, often there are two or three).
Humidity sensor (mostly in the bett models).
Water level sensor (for those that collect the water instead of just blowing the hot air out, condenser models).
If any of those fail there will be no heating.
Blown fuse idicates that something failed before, let me guess it was the heating element?You have to checkk all the above to find the culprit and even check the "electronics" to make sure there is no faulty relay or transistor preventing the power to the heater.
Without knowing what kind of dryer, my best guess is that you have a loose or "dry" connection somewhere. You need to check the continuity around the dryer's circuitry.