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Won't heat...i checked the element and is okay

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HII check cut on and off fuzes and timer also..Good luck..But always remenber you need 220 volts of current to turn on heating element so check too see if you have 22o volts.check breaker also is on...whirlpool 9800 dryer - 34c1d51.jpg

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