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Whirlpool duet dryer will not start, Panel lights go on.

I cleaned out the trap as usual and all connections to venting. All panel lights gone on just will not begin drying process.

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    all panel lights are on . dryer wont start , clicks when i push start button

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If you aren't getting any power to the heating element, there is a high probability the thermal cutoff switch may have opened and disabled power to the heaters. Here is a link to exploded views and parts lists for your dryer. Note Item # 47 is the prime suspect in your problem. IN addition, you may have an open heater element as well. Remember that if you decide to attempt to service this yourself.. be sure to Disconnect the power cord.. Here is the link to the parts and drawing details.. http://www.pcappliancerepair.com/model-display.php

Feel free to contact me if you need further assistance..
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Rick

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