Question about Dryers
My TCS 65w dryer seems not to be getting hot when drying could there be a thermostat issue
We had a similar problem with our dryer just last month. It would spin and turn on, but no heat. It turned out not to be anything wrong with the heating element--it was a tiny electrical part that had malfunctioned.
Anyway, I would recommend calling in a professional if you've already cleaned your dryer and still can't get it to work. That could save you a lot of time and money in the end.
Violet Campbell ' http://www.ayersappliancerepair.net/appliance-repair-services/
Posted on Jun 09, 2014
Have you have tried it on time on the hot setting with the same result? If yes then it is a heat element issue, not thermostat.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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