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No air...drum not turning...Kenmore elec.dryer # 110.62822011

Push start and element heats up but nothing else...no turning of drum and no air blowing

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Does it make a humming sound if so you may have a bad motor os something stuck in the blower wheel

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If the element is ok, you may have a stuck centrifigul switch inside the motor, this is very rare but does happen sometimes.

Post back to let me know what you find or if you have any questions.
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