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Speed Queen Commerical Heavy Duty Dryer Model # AEM497W2


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Posted 29 May 2011 - 05:59 PM

I have a Speed Queen Commerical Heavy Duty Dryer Model # AEM497W2. When I run the dryer it is blowing out cool air, the dryer is no longer heating up. Please advise on how to fix and what parts I may need.

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Posted 29 May 2011 - 09:06 PM

First, check the circuit breaker to ensure it isn't tripped.
If your sure the dryer is getting 220V then proceed to
remove the lower front panel of the machine. disconnect the wires from
the thermal fuse item # 7 and the heating element which is the square
located within the item # 3 square.

With an OHM meter check continuity of the thermal fuse
and the heating element, both should be closed if not its bad.



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