Question about Dryers
The hose may be partially blocked, stopping the air from blowing through properly,check that there is no bend and that the hose is not sagging down as this causes the moisture laden air to condense inside the hose and create water build up.
The water has probably caused the thermostat or heater to fail.
To check the element and stat(s) you need to remove the rear panel of the dryer, and tyest with a meter.
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Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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