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I have a Whirlpool electric dryer, model #LER5636EQ3. Several years ago, we replaced a part due ti the dryer not heating. It worked great, well a few years ago, the dryer began taking 2 cycles to get the clothes dry. Now, it does not heat at all. It still tumbles though. What is the part that is most likely the problem this time? How do we check the "timer"? Where can we find parts locally, we live near Muskogee, OK. Is it better to fix or replace?

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SOURCE: my gas dryer has no heat

long dry times are a venting problem. if no heat at all it could be your ignitor, a thermal fuse, or the secondary gas coils, all are replaceable and reasanoblyy cheap between 30-90 dollars usually so its up to u it u want to repair it.. if long dry times i would unplug the venting from the rear and dry a load if it heats faster than u know ur venting is clogged and u might wanna clean ur ducting and replace that venting tube. also u can go outside while running and see or feel if air is being pushed out while its running hope this helps let me know how it goes

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