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Electric maytag stack dryer not heating...

Model number LSE9900. The dryer drum is turning but no heat is coming out of unit. Thanks for any help.

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That dryer is made by Speed Queen. A common failure part is the thermal overload, mounted on the heater box. Items 4 and 6 in the picture Iposted are possiblities.

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