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Hi, Chances are 80% that the heating element has blown. This is due to the fact that a heating element has a limited life span because of the great amount of heat it generates. I would first check or have the element checked at your local repair store before looking for any other problems. It's possible that the thermostat which controls the element has blown, but it's more likely to be the element itself. Let me know if this solves your problem. Best wishes, Graemevm
Sound like your heating element got toasted. You one of two options, try repair it yourself or send it to service center to get it repair. If you decide to repair it yourself just visit your nearest service center, and take the following information; model # , serial #, and brand. There you will get all the information you need to get it up and running again.