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Dryer won't heat at all don't know if it is the heating element or something else, Runs but don't dry.

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I have a Sears dryer, model # 110.87562601.


#1 reason of dryers going bad is woman's bra's....the medal sewed in the cloth itself for support comes out and goes into the small holes and hits the heating element on both sides and shorts it out...Change the heating element....It's in back of dryer.

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Model #CEDX563JQ0 Crosley Dryer won't heat and getting current


I would check to be sure you have 220v going to Dryer. Possibly timer problem as heat circuit runs through that too.

Aug 27, 2017 | Crosley Dryers

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Dryer runs but won't heat


You will need a professional to diagnose the thermal limiter, small version of a fuse, heating element and the dryer/blower assembly.

Aug 17, 2012 | Frigidaire Electric Dryer

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Lg 8377 no heat,dryer runs cold.Ran diagnostics,start more dry less dry buttons same time.Saw plc ng.


You may have a high limit switch that has failed. You will need to tear down the dryer to get access to the heating element. Look for the heating element on the bottom right side. There are 2 thermo discs located on the left side of the heating element. Test both of them. If there is no continuity, change that part.
Hope this helps.

Aug 28, 2011 | LG DLE2512W Electric Dryer

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The dryer runs, but does not heat. Hence, clothes do not dry.


Oh my gosh! Yes...the model number is 110.61066000. I read online how to test the heating element, but we don't have our manual and don't know where the heating element is located.

Aug 06, 2011 | Dryers

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My Dry runs, how ever it dose not heat up and dry


To be sure, you need to test the element with a meter, and also check the thermal fuses and or thermostats for continuity.

Jan 18, 2010 | GE Dryers

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Runs and heats but will not dry


Fist need to know if it is gas or electric dryer, it makes a difference.

If an electric dryer, It is possible that one of the heating elements has failed (burned out), which would still allow the other one to get hot, but not enough to completely dry the clothes during the normal timed or automatic drying cycles.

You can check this with an ohm/amp meter if you are comfortable with working around 220V-AC voltage, etc. You'll need to remove either the rear cover, (if your unit has rear access) or the top of the dryer and then the drum, to gain access to the electric drying elements. This depends on which model you have and how old a dryer it is, etc.

Once you've done that, you can sometimes see a broken drying element, if not, you can check for continuity with the ohm meter (make sure the power cord is unplugged!).

If you are unable to determine with this method, you can restore power and briefly put the dryer into a timed dry cycle (drum and drive belt removed, while you visually check for heating elements turning red/orange as they heat up. Only do that long enough to confirm which element is good, be very careful, as they get extremenly hot. Once you know which one is bad you can order your replacement by model number , etc. Hope that helps.

Jul 13, 2009 | Maytag Dryers

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Electric Dryer, heating el works, exh not blocked, clothes no dry


double check your element temp t-stat and recheck continuity on element. I have known them to work but have shorts in them

Apr 09, 2009 | Crosley CDE6000 Electric Dryer

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NO HEAT


its either the heating element or the limit switches both of which you can install yourself

Feb 05, 2009 | Whirlpool LER5636P Electric Dryer

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