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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You probably have a bad heating element. This is just about the easiest dryer to repair ever. Take the screws off the base and pull the front off. The heater is on the left on bottom and has all the fuses mounted on it. 2 screws hold the whole thing on. get it out and give it a look over for a bad coil. Not sure if it is bad? Take it to the appliance parts store and let them guys confirm if it has a problem. they will be glad to do so because they hate to have to give refunds on electrical stuff and they know the cust will get bent outta shape. Trust me. How do I know? Because my friend I used to own and operate an appliance parts store.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
Yes, it is most likely caused by a belt which has either broken, stretched or simply come off. Have somebody open your drier to determine what the actual problem is.
Also make sure that the motor which drives the drum is still spinning.
Posted on Dec 23, 2009
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