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More Schematic Magic for Fixing an Electric Dryer with No Heat

schematic dryer no heat troubleshoot

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#1 Samurai Appliance Repair Man

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Posted 01 January 2015 - 01:37 AM

In this expedition into appliance repair transcendence, Samurai Appliance Repair Man reveals more tricks and techniques for using the schematic to troubleshoot an electric dryer with no heat. 

 

 

This is basic stuff on really simple circuits. We teach this and other troubleshooting techniques in the Fundamentals of Appliance Repair course at the Samurai Tech Academy.


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Posted 01 January 2015 - 07:18 AM

I see that's one of the Whirlpool dryers built during the few years they went to the idler slide instead of pulley!!

 

Guys, anytime you are working on a Whirlpool built dryer and see the idler slide with the pad instead of a pulley, do your customer a favor and sell them a new idler pulley.   That slider system just eats up belts and they start making a high pitched noise eventually - they also orignally came with a special different belt with a special backing that was a little different, (if I recall the info I found on this idler slide system that Whirlpool experimented with for about 2 years).


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Posted 01 January 2015 - 08:50 AM

Great video.
That helps with the timer questions I posted
earlier.
One thing I'm learning is to let the dough rise.





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