Question about Dryers
Okay ASSUMING is electric and the dryer operates normally otherwise, you have a bad heating element.Most are not that hard to replace and finding one online is relatively easy if you do a search for the model number or even serial number. If you have basic electrical and mechanical skills and a multimeter to ensure power is off to the unit and that the breaker used for the cicuit isn't compromised you could probably get this done with an expense under $75.00 usually. Check the exhaust ducting to ensure it is not restricted as well.
If your unit is a gas model and the element needs replacing call an experienced repairman.
Hope this assists you.
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
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