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  • huntdpg Oct 15, 2008

    was fixed rigt solution. thank you!

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THERE IS A HEAT SENSOR ON THE HEATER THAT HAS GONE BAD YOU CAN GET ONE FROM AN OLD DRYER OR BUY ONE FROM AN ELECTRIC APPLIANCE PARTS STORE. THE SENSOR IS LOCATED ON THE HEAT SHIELD AND IS ATTACHED WITH TWO SMALL SCREWS AND ONE ELEC. WIRE. I HOPE YOU CAN REPAIR YOUR DRYER.

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