What’s a “Grounded Heating Element” in a Dryer?

by Samurai Appliance Repair Man on July 28, 2007

in Dryer Repair

If your dryer stays warm (or hot) when the timer is turned to anywhere other than “off,” you may have what we professional appliantologists call a “grounded heating element.” Sublime Master Pegi explains in this topic at the repair forum.

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