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Jim O'Sullivan

Member Since 11 Jan 2012
Offline Last Active Jun 08 2013 09:48 PM

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In Topic: Maytag Neptune Dryer Cracked Element

08 June 2013 - 03:16 PM

Thanks, kdog! I'm sorry, I should've specified that we don't live in that house (or that state) any longer and we are in a house where the venting is straight out the wall, no elbows, one wall width and out. So, my current venting is not the problem. I replaced the fuse last night after I took the dryer apart earlier in the week while waiting for the part, and had cleaned it extensively. With that in mind, do you still think I should replace the whole element or take a chance that I just got a lemon fuse? Like I said, the element has continuity. What about the welding of cracks idea? Thanks!



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