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Estate teds680eq1 in the middle of drying it just stopped.when i tried to reset it and pressed start it won't come on.

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    Hey thanks buddy, you were right on the money. I will tell others about you.


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Hi thanks for the question i would check the thermal fuse located at the back of the dryer remove back panel you will see on the air duct a small piece with one screw holding it on 2 blue wires going to it replace this part but also vacuum the venting and the rest of the dryer as this fuse will fail again if venting is not right thanks the appliance doc

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