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Did you try unplugging and then waiting a minute or two then plugging it back in? If this didn't work try different drying cycles. Have you recently had a power outage while the dryer was turned on? If so when the power came back on it may have fried chips or boards for drying cycles.If all these were not present or did not work call a service tech recommended by Angie in your area
The first thing you need to do is turn the breaker off to the dryer , that way you don't risk shock trying to unplug it. The next step is to locate where the wire is arcing over, I would start at where the plug comes into the dryer and move on from there. Thats a very dangerous situation, be careful and good luck
Check your dryer vent on the outside of your home first. There should be as much air coming out as comes out if you unplug the vent from your dryer and feel it there. It sounds like you have a clogged vent.
Sounds like the exhaust fan is not working. There's an electric blower at the back of the unit that forces air out through the exhaust vent. Unplug the unit, pull the vent off the back, and see if you can reach in and touch the fan blades and make them move. If it won't move something is probably caught in there. You may need to take off the back of the unit and remove the housing cover to the fan assembly in order to really tell what's going on, but it sounds like your fan has an obstruction. It could also be that the fan motor is fried but that seems less likely. Remember to have the unit unplugged, there's some dangerous voltage inside.
Check 230v at wall and back of dryer.
Check Thermal switch (2 wires) at top of the element in back.(unplug the two wires from thermal unit and plug them together and try the dryer for a test
football shaped white,small fuse at bottom left in back of dryer
Do the same for a test.
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