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The drying process works through but no heat is produced. It was OK yesterday

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Two options:
1- Heating element is dead.
2. Thermostat is faulty. this unit is normally located on the inner surface of the drum and can be easily accessed after removing the rear cover. It is normally installed in a rubber housing.

Good luck.

Posted on May 13, 2014

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