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Kenmore 70 series dryer won't heat up

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Its most likely your heat sensor. if you get behind your dryer you will see a panel thats held on by screws remove that and you will see the sensor which has two wires going to it, you can just clip those wires and wire them together.and that will bypass the sensor.not the professional way but the cheap way.

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