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22 January 2013

All Better

Replaced the breaker panel for the drier and it's now on the other side of a fuse on the main fuse box.  That means we can make it cold at will.

Once that was done, the dryer kept popping the (new) breakers and not running.

This drove us nuts.

I think I am a victim of bubba.

The leads labeled for the thermal fuse are wire-nutted together.

The leads that are plugged into the thermal fuse are labeled for a thermostat heater.

I think it's been a miracle it worked at all.

Unplugging the fuse restores normal function.

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