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Drier is all of a sudden no heat

IS it the element?

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Check continuity of plug cord and fuses..

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If the drier is electric then more than likely the heating element has burnt out. This element is located at the bottom of the drier and can be accessed through the back. The element looks just like a toaster element. Take the model and serial #'s to an appliance parts house for the correct replacement part and you should be good to go. It is fairly simple to replace as you will see once you take the back of the drier off

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