Pay particular attention to the paragraph that discusses proper ventilation. Most dryer heat related problems are attributed to poor air flow due to clogged ducting. This results in a dryer that over heats to the point of failure. If you have not inspected or cleaned your ducting in a while, now would be a good time BEFORE replacing any components. Failure to do so may result in poor drying results and premature failure of any replaced components. Let me know if you have questions or require additional assistance. I hope this helps you.
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This model dryer has two heating elements, one for the top and one for the bottom, I suspect that the bottom element is burned out. If you want to attempt it yourself then I can send you a service manual that will walk you step by step through the whole dryer.
what's the brand name and model number?i don't understand what you mean it won't blow hot or cold air?if you have the vent line off of the back and the dryer is running and you don't feel any air blowing out you could have a bad blower wheel,if you write back let me know if it's running and what it's doing.thanks
The heating element is in the back of the dryer. Sometimes there is a small access panel that will allow you to check the terminals to the heating element. You will need an ohm meter or multimeter to check.