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APPLIANCE DEAN

BOSCH DRYER WTA3510US Not heating

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APPLIANCE DEAN   
APPLIANCE DEAN

The heating element in this unit was fried for sure I visually inspected the coils and they were damaged. There was a nail stuck in i causing the damage. I Checked for proper voltage at the heating element and was only getting 120.00. I put in a new control board and the unit now turns on but no heat. The timer counts down but it's not heating. Please help as these Bosch parts are expensive.

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kdog   
kdog

You have 240 supply? I think those plug into washer and there are some cartridge fuses involved - if I recall they're oddball 16A fuses

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APPLIANCE DEAN   
APPLIANCE DEAN

I will check this but I'm pretty sure I was getting 240v past the fuse but I may be off.

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Adirondack Bob   
Adirondack Bob

Just a thought. On the Heating Element Assembly (Item #467462-Manufacturer Number 265676) there looks to be a Manual-Reset Thermostat. That may be tripped?

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kdog   
kdog

pretty sure I was getting 240v past the fuse

Note there are 2 fuses

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APPLIANCE DEAN   
APPLIANCE DEAN

keyed wire connector on the control board fit in the wrong slot. The heating element was only getting half of the power.

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