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  • tomantos Nov 21, 2008

    I got same problem, heat not working

  • blacontr Nov 21, 2008

    Same thing here, are they all dropping dead at the same age? I am suspecting it's the element.

  • bugsy69 Dec 24, 2008

    We have the electric version, we bought it in 2005. Same thing, dryer runs but no heat. The thermistors appear to be good according to a ohmmeter, but I can't get the centrifugal swtich that is on the motor and is attached to the red wire that is attached to inner and outer coil. Then the blue and yellow wire go to the other side via a thermistat for each. could it be the centifugal switch?

  • havitmiway Dec 30, 2008

    My dryer is about four years old and the light (clean filter) stays on. I have cleaned the filter, I have changed the hose leading to the trap, and I have cleaned the trap. The clean filter light still comes on. I have to dry the clothes for two or three cycles.

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    I have no power running to the a/c or heat unit, have checked everything I can locate, need a wiring diagram for a 1996 jayco, 312 FK Eagle series, power is good from behind breaker so is there another fuse in the system that runs behind the breaker to both units that I am missing? Or any ideas on what I am overlooking? everything worked fine until last night?
    Thank you for your time.


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Had the same problem on a whirpool drayer. Get our multimeter and check which heat fuse is broken. Take that one out and throw it in the floor until you have conductivity again. Clean drayer vents and heater. This worked for me, good luck.

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