원문 게시자: Tim D ,
Are the thermal fuses actually blowing? Have you checked for continuity or just replacing without testing? Here is a link to help you test for continuity: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HyCaoiQsyd0. If the thermal fuses are blown, then I would checked for a clogged vent/hose and make sure the exhaust port on the outside of the house is clear of any debris/critter nests. Also, you didn't mention if you followed this guide that I posted in response to your question last week, so here it is just in case the thermal fuse isn't blown: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNv1AEW-3Uc&app=desktop. I've found this troubleshooting guide to be helpful. As you work through the troubleshooting guide, definitely check for secure wire connections and note any corrosion or blackened wires/components. Also, I notice you didn't mention replacing the belt, so make sure it is tight, installed correctly, spins freely, and the belt tensioner/idler arm is properly engaged. It's possible the belt is slipping off the tensioner/idler arm as it heats up from use. If this is the case, you'll notice the belt is not tight around the drum when you first open it up. Also, be sure to check the belt tension switch (they demonstrate this in the guide linked above).