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Dryer is spinning and working fine, just no heat to dry the clothes?

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Hello Could be sevral things the motor that sopins the dryer and the control are 110 volt the heal element is 220 volt if you blew half the breaker you can get spin and no heat. If it is not the breaker it could be a bad element or a senso which would require a repairman

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