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Your problem could be in your control switches or a bad heating element. Using a voltmeter check for 240 AC volts at the heating element connection. If voltage is present your heating element is most likely the problem. If no voltage is present then something in the control circuit is malfunctioned. I had this same problem about a month ago. Using the above troubleshooting I determined the heating element was defective.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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