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No heat cant find the thermostat

Does anyone know where to find the thermostat inside this machine ive taken the sides off but still cant see it..help

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  • amighini Apr 04, 2009

    doesnt work the heater!!!!!!

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It sounds like it is the heating element which will be behind the back drum in front of the intake blower motor it may be disconnect or worn out make sure the it is unplugged before taking the machine appart very high voltage!

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