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No heat are there any inline fuses that can cause the heating unit of the dryer not to work as the dryer is blowing cold air

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    No heat is coming from trumble dryer. Can you tell me where the heater fuse is located. Taken top off of dryer and not apparent. Many Thanks.

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There is a main dryer fuse and a heater box fuse,the heater box fuse is the small bimetal fuse on the heater box,replace that and you should be ok,let me know how it goes-mike

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