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In Topic: Samsung DV350AER Dryer Overheating - Replaced Multiple Parts

21 May 2015 - 05:04 PM

Three things.  

1.  Is the heater grounded? With the two wires disconnected from the heater, you should read open line from one terminal to the heater housing. What about 2.  The heat relay on the main control board.  Should be open (oL on some meters) with the dryer off and unplugged.

3.  How much vent hose do you have between the dryer and your exhaust vent?

In Topic: 2 month old Moffat dryer.. HELP (MTMX050EF4WW)

20 May 2015 - 08:18 PM

Get a chance for those readings?  SOP for all dryer calls for no heat complaint get a voltage reading.  Very important.  That should be the first thing you do, especially when you get such a low reading across both lines.

In Topic: Whirlpool direct drive, won't agitate, but spins

20 May 2015 - 11:02 AM

Price of parts, Ease of repairability, more plastic parts, not a great designed.  Doesn't clean cloths as well, more electronic parts which cost over $250 for parts alone.  Just to name a few, simple complaints about the new whirlpool top loaders.

In Topic: Samsung Model WF365BTBGWR/A2 water in detergent cup at the end of cycle

20 May 2015 - 09:05 AM

Take said dispenser out of the machine and run water into said compartment section to see if it is siphoning correctly.   It may just need a solid cleaning.

In Topic: Old Maytag dryer convert from 3 wire cord to 4 wire cord

17 May 2015 - 11:05 PM

Yours has a ground strap... It's clear as day in your first picture. Look at the photo I posted. Now look at yours and compare.

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