My dryer runs but blows only cold air, could this be a fuse issue?
It is not my heating element.
Will the fuse only control the heat? My dryer runs and blows only cold air. Could that be a fuse issue?
What is the make and model of your dryer? Some have a separate fuse and some don't. It also can be a power problem,
by steven240sx 2 years ago
My gas furnace is blowing cold air some of the time. The burner kicks in for about 10 seconds...then kicks off, then the fan starts.(blowing cold air). Some times it works properly, heating longer and keeping the temperature up. Other times the temperature can drop down lower than the setting, then...
by prmoret 8 years ago
I have a GE gas dryer, DWXR483GB1WW, that when I turn it on it runs for about a minute or two...then the flame goes out. I changed the coils, but still having the same problem. It seems like it needs to cool down before I can get it to light again. Then after a minute the flame goes out.
by Christin Sander 3 years ago
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by Tamarii2 9 years ago
DOES IT BOTHER YOU WHEN SOMEONE BLOWS THEIR NOSE WHILE YOU ARE EATING?
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