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    Unhappy Not heating but jumper wire works

    Model Number: dv331aew/xaa
    Brand: Samsung
    Age: 1-5 years

    Why does jumping the black and blue wires on my Samsung dryer make the heat work? Without them jumped it doesn't. I'm actually working on this dryer for a friend. My current dryer works fine, so I assume the electric going to and from the dryer is fine. I saw other posts mentioning where they were recommended to replace the control board. I don't want to put that cost in. All I know is when I jump the black and blue power wires it works fine. All sensors tested within specifications. Does anyone have any advice on what this could be? The dryer is only about a couple years old and all wiring looks like new. The dryer has been thoroughly cleaned and looks like new inside and out.

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    Join Date
    May 2021
    New Jersey
    How do I know if my heating element is bad on my Samsung dryer?

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    Jun 2021
    The expression "jumper wire" basically alludes to a leading wire that builds up an electrical association between two focuses in a circuit. You can utilize jumper wires to alter a circuit or to analyze issues in a circuit.

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