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Blowing but no heat

It runs but the temperature is off

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The problem needs to be identified as it could be one of 4 problems.
The Thermal fuse needs to be checked firstly as this prevents overheating of the dryer.
If it is OK check the continuity of the heating element with an Ohm meter, check also whether there is a reading present, meaning it should not read zero Ohms.
Components that do not commonly cause this problem are the High Limit Thermostat and the Main Control Board.
If the first 2 checks are fine, check the thermostat to see whether it is "open" (Not giving a reading on an Ohm meter) if so, replace.
The main control board very seldomly causes this problem but it does not rule it out.

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