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No heat from condenser dryer

I have a condenser dryer the clothes are going round but no heat its a LG-TD70045E thanks

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LG Condersor Clothes Dryer TDC700E
wanted to know if it meet the electric specs of philippine.

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Re: no heat from condenser dryer

The heater element has to be tested with a multi-meter, the wires may be intact and it may look good, but looking good just isn't enough, it could also be a cut out that has tripped, there are normally 3 on a dryer, all need to be checked with a meter, easy job if you know what you are doing hope i have helped you where to look next, if so please rate me

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