Model #240 HUSQVARNA Chainsaw, Gas

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Q:

My dryer no longer produces heat - how do I determine which part is defective? DSXH47EG0WW Ge Electric dryer

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Good morning.... I can understand you're being puzzled over your dryer's performance. Have you tried cutting power to the unit for 10 minutes. This will reboot the system. I've located a link that will discuss the concept of rebooting in more detail. He also provides some testing you can perform to determine what part might have failed. Review his report and be aware that an expert will be responding within the next couple of days if not much sooner. I hope this link helps to resolve your heating problem and have a nice day.

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Henry -
December 03, 2012
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The dryer will run if it has 120 volts supplied to it. It will not heat if the 2nd 120 volt leg of 240 volt power is missing. I recommend that you check the house circuit breakers or fuses first. If you find no problems with the house circuit breakers, then I recommend that you carefully check the voltage at the dryer electrical outlet as shown in this brief video: Video: Perform a Voltage Check on a 240 Volt Outlet .

This dryer has an electronic control. The first 2 images show some technical information for the dryer. I recommend that you check for a saved fault code as shown in that first image. You can use the Function Test Sequence shown in the 2nd image to check the thermistor (temperature sensor) and other major components in the dryer. The third image shows the wiring diagram for the dryer. The L1 leg of power is traced in red and the L2 leg is traced in yellow. You could have a bad high limit thermostat, a bad heating element or a defective electronic control board in the console. You can unplug the dryer and check the continuity through the high limit thermostat. Remove the top panel as shown in the 4th image to access that component. Measure the resistance through the high limit thermostat using a volt/ohm meter. It should measure near zero ohms of resistance. If that high limit thermostat measures OL -- open load or infinite resistance then it will need to be replaced. You can order parts from this page: GE Dryer Model DSXH47EG0WW Parts . Be sure that you unplug the dryer before accessing internal components and replacing parts.

The other images shown below describe how to access the other components in the dryer. If that high limit thermostat is okay, then you may need to check the continuity through the heating element.

I hope that this information helps. If you need more assistance, reply with additional details.

If you get to the point where you need to have a service technician diagnose and repair this failure, you can schedule service through this link: Sears Home Services .

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
December 04, 2012
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Here are additional images.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
December 04, 2012
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Here are additional images.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
December 04, 2012
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Here is the final image.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
December 04, 2012
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Lyle, thank you for posting the wiring diagram and images. I had a similar problem, intermittently the dryer would heat, or beep randomly with no pattern when not being used. All the diagnostics showed everything was ok. The beep code was not on the code sheet - an E9E. I took the control board out, unsoldered the piezo beeper (what a relief), looked the board over and didn't see any flaws. Put it back together, it worked once, then back to its old ways. Took it apart again, this time noticed the RL2 heater relay was loose on the circuit board. Looks like a poor design - the red and black wire terminals are very hard to pull off/push onto the terminals on the relay, and the relay is only soldered onto the circuit board. I used some RTV to glue it to the circuit board, resoldered it, plugged it back in, ran three loads through the dryer and it worked flawlessly. Hooray! Hope this helps someone else...

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Anonymous -
April 22, 2013
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Thanks for posting the details of that fix. That can help others who face the same problem and are confident that they can resolder those connections.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
April 23, 2013
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I get the E9E error (a whole row of flashing lights) on this GE model because the plug tines (those big brass blades) need to be cleaned with steel wool or sandpaper to improve the contact. I know this sounds crazy, but it happens ever year or two and cleaning the tines solves the problem for another year or two. E5B/E9E is a "low voltage" error. I knew that made no sense, but it lead me to suspect the contact. Perhaps the voltage sensor is overly sensitive; perhaps my humid climate causes a bit of surface corrosion; I don't know. But I sure do hope this simple solution saves someone else a whole lot of trouble or expense. Just try it and then write it in your manual so you know again two years from now.

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Richard -
December 17, 2015
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oven overheating

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The problem with the oven can be very concerning and frustrating. To better help your expert, I would like to suggest adding the full model number of the oven. It may take 24-48 hours for your expert to reply. I do hope that everything works out on the oven.

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Marc -
November 05, 2012
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Thanks for the inquiry about the oven overheating; I will be glad to assist you with this.
Based on the description you have provided I would say that you could have a bad temperature sensor or a bad thermostat depending on the model range. On models with a temperature sensor they can fail and the runaway temperatures will occur. I will be happy to research your model if you would like to reply with the complete model number off the range. In the mean time I hope the information helps.

Thanks Ron H.
If you get to the point where you need to have a service technician diagnose and repair this failure, you can schedule service through this link: Sears Home Services .

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Ron H -
Sears Technician
November 06, 2012
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I will try to get out to her home and get the model from her oven.This may take a few days before i can get over to get it as she cannot move it out on her own. would these cause it to not allow her not to be able to shut off the oven at all though?thanks for your time and i will get back to you as soon as possible.

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tommie -
November 06, 2012
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the model #is 911-93451590 the oven is in great shape and looks brand new still. i'd hate for her to buy a new one but she said its pretty old but i want to fix either way. thanks.to waste money on a new one.

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tommie -
November 14, 2012
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Kenmore 911-93451590. My oven is clean. Was preheating when it made a loud growling sound. Oven lower heating element failed and caught on fire at the right hand end. Turned off oven but element would not stop burning and throwing sparks. The fire keep spreading and traveling up the element. Tried to cool off the element with wet paper towels but element would not stop burning. Fire was traveling up the element heading to the other end. Tried to move element when sparks and it would spark at the ends. Went to circuit breaker box and shut off power to the stove. After that was able to cool element with wet paper towels. Was able to pull stove out from wall and unplug. Remove back cover to unplug element and found out that left side of element is connected to 240V AC line all the time. This made the fire keep burning because end of element had shorted to ground. Turning off the stove can not stop fire from this type of failure. Oven temperature controllers running 240VAC elements needs to brake both AC lines to the heating element. This is grounds for a recall and lawsuits. Thanks god I was home to put out the fire or someone would of had to call 911.

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Harvey -
November 10, 2015
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Q:

samsung front loader and dryer set , the dryer wont dry.

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The dryer not heating can be an inconvenience and keep you from doing some laundry. I suggest you add to the thread of this question and include the full model number of your dryer so that the expert can provide you with a more detailed answer. I did manage to find a link that will provide you with some good information. I hope this helps with your dryer troubles while you wait for your expert response.

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Joseph P. -
August 01, 2012
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The Samsung dryer will normally have a control board and a temperature sensor (also called a thermistor) to control the heat in the dryer. There are a number of problems that could prevent the dryer from heating. You could have a voltage supply problem. A bad sensor, a failed control board or a broken heating element could also prevent the dryer from heating.

I recommend that you check the house circuit breakers for the dryer first. Here is a brief video that describes that initial troubleshooting step: Video: Dryer Won't Heat . The dryer will run if it is getting the 120 volts of power from one leg of that circuit. If the second leg of power is missing, the dryer won't heat.

If the circuit breakers are okay, then I recommend that you check the voltage at the outlet as shown in this repair video: Video: How to Perform a Voltage Check on a 240 Volt Outlet . NOTE: You should only perform that live outlet voltage check if you are completely confident in your technical ability to safely complete that test. Follow the safety guidelines in that video when checking that outlet voltage .

If you only measure 120 volts at the outlet, then you will need to have an electrician repair that electrical outlet for the dryer.

If the voltage at the outlet is okay, then you will need to perform further diagnosis and troubleshooting on internal dryer components. Reply with additional details including the full model number of your dryer for more help with repairing this problem.

If you get to the point where you need to have a service technician diagnose and repair this failure, you can schedule service through this link: Sears Home Services .

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
August 03, 2012
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ok the model is dv330aew/xaa serial is yo9454bz902947k and it apears that the fuse box is fine, having problem finding the thermister

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jd -
August 04, 2012
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Thanks for adding that model number JD. The first image below shows how to access the thermistor (temperator sensor). :You will need to UNPLUG the dryer and remove the front panel to access that component. You can test it from the control panel by using the information in the second image. That would involve less work. Check the resistance of the thermistor from that CN4 connection on the control board using a volt/ohm meter (with the dryer still UNPLUGGED). If you need more help, let us know.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
August 06, 2012
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I have a DV330AEW/XAA front load dryer. The Heater control board and connector to the Heater relay burnt to a crisp. Connector on the wire harness and the relay are gone. What happened here. A bad connection? A short? Any other service issues with this product burning up these components that are of poor design? Any service recalls on this or simuliar issues of burnt components?

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Chris Clark -
March 17, 2013
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Hello Mr. Clark. The failure that you are describing was likely caused by a short circuit to the cabinet ground in that heating system. I checked for recalls or common issues on that model of Samsung dryer. I did not find any recalls or common problems like the one that you are describing. Based on the type of failure that you experienced, I recommend that you have a service technician examine and repair the dryer. You can schedule service through this link: Sears Home Services Dryer Repair . If you need more help, reply with additional details and we will assist you further.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
March 19, 2013
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Expert answers above reference a couple "images below" but nothing displays on website. Where can I find these images or other info on troubleshooting individual components?

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Ron -
April 05, 2013
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Hello Ron. I suspect that you may be viewing the answer through the Sears PartsDirect website. The images are not being displayed on that website at this time. You can view the images by copying this URL and pasting it into your browser: http://www.managemylife.com/mmh/questions/311727-samsung-front-loader-dryer-set-dryer-wont-dry That will send you to the Manage My Life website where you can view the images. If you need more help, let us know.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
April 08, 2013
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Like Chris Clark above, my relay on the master board where the blue and black wires come in from the 240 also burnt (just the blue wire and relay where it attaches split. Replaced the board without any other changes... heat returned and after two months it happened again... So obviously another underlying problem like a short. I have seen several other complaint of this happening on Samsung dryers. Mine is a DV203AES/XAC built in 2007-11.

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John -
July 31, 2014
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I have a dryer Samsung model dv330aewxaa03, the computer works and all buttons are, but when press the start button it does not work, nothing moves, I bought this dryer two years ago, does anybody have any idea of the problem

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khalid nour -
December 28, 2014
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