Re: 4 prong dryer outlet update in reply to Don-Wi, 06-01-2012 18:39:51
Good deal ! I am about to hang a new clothesline. I have two dryers -one is electric [too expensive] and the gas one sounds like it is good for about one more load before it breaks completly. Wife told me clothesline is dirty so I got new line . I'm on a low budget. I'm on a low budget. I used to suck on cigars but now I suck on the wind . I'm on a low budget... sorry Kinks song got in my head I gotta go listen to some country .[and hang the new one]
Re: 4 prong dryer outlet update in reply to 36 coupe, 06-02-2012 04:22:28
With no cumbersome moving potentially sticking or hanging mechanical itms to possibly go bad, a simple fuze with no moving parts and only an elements melting to operate, there certainly is a place for fuses in some applications.
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