OLD DRYER FUSE BOX
When a Dryer Fuse Blows | Fred's Appliance
Nov 23, 2016All dryers sold in the United States are legally required to have a thermal fuse. This is different from the electrical fuses that are found in many appliances, and a dryer might have both. A thermal fuse will blow when the temperature gets too high, not when it’s drawing too much current. When it blows, the dryer stops generating heat.
How to Wire a 220 to a Fuse Box | Hunker
Nov 29, 2018The term "fuse box" is an anachronism. It refers to the electrical control centers in older houses that employed screw-in fuses that blew when the current draw exceeded their rating. If your house still has a fuse box – and not a breaker box – you should hire an electrician to evaluate it before trying to connect a 220-volt outlet.Author: Chris Deziel
Hot fuse box | Terry Love Plumbing & Remodel DIY
Dec 05, 2007"Hot fuse box" puts me in mind of a practical course in electronics I took, and lesson one (Ohm's Law) touched on fuse box fires. About a year later, in an old rented house, I heard a sort of sputtering/hissing kind of noise in the basement, and it came from a fused control box for an electric water heater.
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