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No heat does not dry clothes worked earlier today

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Your problem could be one of three things.
1. Check your lint filter, hose, and vent to make certain it has not gotten clogged or crimped
2. The heating element could be burned out or a connection may be loose
3. The timer may be damaged.
Check these things and, when you find the problem, come back for the solution.

Best of luck!

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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