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The dryer runs but does not heat. Thoroughly cleaned.

The dryer turns on and runs but does not heat up. it has been thoroughly cleaned.

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The duct fuse must have continuity in order for power to get to the gas assembly even though she may run she won't heat if the fuse is blown. The dryer runs but does not heat. Thoroughly clean - 53481c0.jpg
If that is good and you have power to the gas assembly nothing will happen if the flame sensor is dead. If the sensor is good then the next thing to check is the ignitor. MORE

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