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    There were only two wires in the kit.
    Which attached to the old fuse wires via a connector block.
    Correct, and they where all installed? Sometimes a loose wire connector on the old wires is enough the blow the fuse.
    Heating element is next on the hit list.

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    I thought my dryer was shrinking my clothing.....turns out is was the refrigerator!

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    I'll work on it offline. But i think I might be in too deep. $40 per fuse to test vvarious theories could get prohibitively expensive fast. Especially when I don't know what I am doing, re further testing.

    Inn the meanwhile I grabbed a near new looking GE Profile at the local Habitat Restore for $35. I'll swap that one in

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    Friends don't let friends buy a GE!!

    JMO!

    jeff.
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    Yeah I've got O.C.D.....Old, Cranky and Dangerous.
    I thought my dryer was shrinking my clothing.....turns out is was the refrigerator!

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    Interesting.
    But then these people aren't friends - they are tenants :-)
    And for $35 and one hour if install time, I have to take.my chances.

    Curious (1) - your objection to GE is bases on performance or reliablity?

    Curious (2) - what then would your Top 5 recommended brands be?

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    your objection to GE is bases on performance or reliablity?
    40 years in appliance repairs.

    what then would your Top 5 recommended brands be?
    For a d/w, Maytag, Whirlpool would be good bets.

    jeff.
    http://www.applianceaid.com/
    Appliance Repair Aid
    Yeah I've got O.C.D.....Old, Cranky and Dangerous.
    I thought my dryer was shrinking my clothing.....turns out is was the refrigerator!

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