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Crusada tumble not blowing hot air i have replace the 2 rear thermostaes but still no hot air is there a third and were is it. thanks paul

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    I have the same problem. My dryer is turning, but it does not get hot. I have replaced the heating ailment, and the thermostat.

    I had someone from the a repair place come by and tell me that the blower on inside is not working and it is going to cost 250 for the part and another 150 for the service. My problem is, I don't know how to get to the inside of the blower, something about i have to totally disassemble the dryer to get to it.

    Does that sound right???? Thank You


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On the older creda models there is a third cutout which is located behind the front panel at the bottom of the filter housing.

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