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Hi thanks for you question . Check the voltage . best is replace the fuses . if breakers .re set. If still no heat lay dryer down front on floor. remove back panel, check the heater on the right . clean all lint in the dryer. and also clean all venting . thanks the appliance doc

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CAUSE
• Lint screen is clogged with lint.
• Restricted air movement.
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• Exhaust vent is crushed or
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• Replace with heavy metal or flexible metal vent

• Replace fuse or reset breaker.
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• Move dryer to a location with temperatures above
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• Expect longer dry times with items that hold more
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