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Whirlpool Dryer blows cold air when starting no heat

The dryer blows cold air. We have recently changed the thermal fuse and it seemed to get a little warmer inside, then went back to blowing cold air. Please help!

Whirlpool model # LGR5620KQ1

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Did the fuse blow out? If so then the heating element is shorted out. This happens frequently when they fail. If the fuse is blown check the condition of or change out the heating element.

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