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I'm having a problem with my dryer not heating. it's running but no heat. what should i do?

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Sounds like your heating element has burned out in your dryer, you could have it replaced. It may just be time to get a new dryer.

I hope this helps,

Thanks for using FixYa,

Eric

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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