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check your belt and idler pulley. could also be the motor

Crosley CDE6000... | Answered on Nov 04, 2015


if no continuity the fuse is blown

Crosley CDE6000... | Answered on Jun 13, 2015


Unplug it from the electrical outlet for 10 minutes or more, then plug it back in and press the Start/Cancel button.

Crosley CDE6000... | Answered on Jan 03, 2015


Typically, that would be caused by failure of a cheap chinese control board. In fact, failure-prone chinese control boards are at the heart of virtually all premature failures of modern appliances. They usually only last just long enough to span the warranty period.

There should be an electrical schematic diagram attached to the back of the unit. You may be able to use that to identify the faulty part. Don't be surprised if the replacement board costs alot more than it's size and simplicity might indicate.

Crosley CDE6000... | Answered on Jan 02, 2015


You may have something is jamming up like a tight roller, torn felt seal or may be something stuck in the blower. If all parts mechanical look good then you have a bad motor.

Crosley CDE6000... | Answered on Dec 15, 2014


the thermal fuse is a white block with 2 wires going to it on the back of the machine just on top of the vent on the left side if your looking at it will have to take off the panel to get access to it
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Crosley CDE6000... | Answered on Nov 26, 2014


If the drum goes around, your motor is working.
If the drum doesn't go around, the belt could be off or broken, or the motor could be bad.
Try to listen for the motor starting up as you turn the dryer on. If it sounds like it is running (an initial 'bump' followed by a quiet hum), chances are it is a belt problem.
If you can't hear the motor running, or it is a loud buzz, or there is the smell of burning insulation or smoke, chances are your motor is bad.
It is also possible that the selector switch that controls everything is not turning the motor on (bad selector) or the overheat safety switch is malfunctioning, but these need to be tested by taking the dryer apart.

Crosley CDE6000... | Answered on Nov 18, 2014


If the dryer is getting hot (the heater element is working) but the clothes aren't drying, it suggests that there is insufficient air flow through the dryer. Remove the exhaust tube from the back of the dryer. With the tube removed and the dryer running, check for hot air (lots of it) flowing out the exhaust vent of the dryer. If there is good air flow, check the exhaust tube for lint build-up or a clog that is blocking the air from flowing through the tube. If there is no air coming out of the exhaust vent with the exhaust tube removed and the dryer running, it suggests that the problem is with the exhaust fan inside the dryer.

Crosley CDE6000... | Answered on Jul 08, 2014


The fuse should be with the rest of them where thepower enters the house

Crosley CDE6000... | Answered on Jun 11, 2014


Needs a new belt cost around thirty dollars

Crosley CDE6000... | Answered on Apr 22, 2014


unplug the dryer,get to the element,pull at least one of the wires off of the element,with a meter set to ohms say 20k,you'll see a 1 on the meter,touch the leads together and the 1 will change to anything else but 1,now touch one lead to one side of the element and the other lead to the other side and don't forget to pull one or both wires off the element,if you see 1 on the meter the element is bad,anything else it's good,that's it.this element is different but you do the same thing
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Crosley CDE6000... | Answered on Feb 16, 2014


-Check With reliable part . They should be able to give you part number.


Good luck

Mai

Crosley CDE6000... | Answered on Dec 20, 2013


This usually indicates that the heating element is burned out. To test, unplug dryer, access back, remove at least one of the two connections to the element (looks like the element in the oven of an electric stove), and measure the electric resistance of the element - if infinite or very high, the element needs replacing.

Crosley CDE6000... | Answered on Nov 10, 2013

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