Check the circuit breaker to make sure you have the correct power to the
dryer. On some brands of dryers the motor will run, but will not heat.
The circuit breaker for the dryer is 240 volts and the motor requires 120
volts to operate. The remaining 120 volts is required to power up the
element on an electric dryer.
Some model refrigerators have part of the condenser coils foamed into the
walls of the cabinet.
If the refrigerator or freezer has a forced air condenser under the unit and
the coils are not cleaned, the sides of the refrigerator will be warm.
Also, if the ambient temperature of the unit is warmer than normal this
could cause the side walls of the unit to be warmer than normal.
The condenser coils for the refrigerator/freezer must be cleaned every six
months or as needed.
If the condenser coils are not cleaned as recommended by the manufacturer,
not only will the temperatures start warming up the life of the compressor
will be reduces causing an expensive repair.