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My dryer doesnt dry. I believe it is the heating element. only cold air is coming out

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To replace coil, unplug and take off the back. Might have to remove heat shroud to get at coil. Remove and replace. You might have bad contacts on relay switch so play with them first and plug it back in to try it. If it doesn't work then do first step

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