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Dryer shuts off when using the high heat setting

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    E Yozwiak Feb 27, 2014

    I pulled the dryer apart and then used compressed air to clean off the heating element after inspecting it for problems. There was a lot of dust coating the element. After I put it back together the problem was gone. It never blew the breaker it simply

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