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The inspection, testing, and repair will require dismantling the machine.
1) The heating element has failed, needs replacement.
2) One of the "overheat thermostats" or "fuse" has tripped, needs replacement.
3) A wire has burned in two inside the back or bottom of the machine, needs repair. ( Near the heating element)
4) A wire has burned in two inside the back of the machine where the electrical cord is attached, needs repair.
5) A circuit breaker has tripped in your fuse box or circuit breaker box, wherever that is in your house/apartment.
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1) Heating element ( a coil of special wire inside a heating box) has broken, needs replacement.
2) One of the overheat sensors has "tripped" and needs replacement. ( There are from 2 to 6. )
3) A wire has burned in two, needs repaired ( usually near the heating element).
4) A wire has burned or broken where the cord attaches to the back of the machine. Needs repair.
5) A circuit breaker has tripped in your fuse box, wherever that is. (In your hall, garage, basement, or wherever) Needs reset.
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1) The heating element has failed, and needs replacement.
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3) A wire has burned in two (often near the heating element), needs repair. (That is in the back or the bottom of the machine inside.)
4) A connection has burned or broken where the electric cord attaches to the rear of the dryer, and needs repair.
5) A circuit breaker has tripped in your "fuse box" in your basement, or hall or garage, or wherever it is, needs to be reset.
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1) Heating element has broken (expired), needs replacement.
2) An overheat thermostat has "popped". Needs replacement.
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3) A wire has burned in two in the back or bottom of the machine (for example, near the heating element). Needs repair.
4) A wire has burned in two at the place where the electric cord attaches to the rear of the machine. Needs repair.
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1) The heating element has " bit the dust", needs replacement.
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3) A wire has burnt in two inside the back or bottom of the machine (often near the heating unit), needs repair.
4) A wire or connection has failed where the electric cord attaches to the rear of the dryer, usually that is under a small cover.
5) A circuit breaker has "popped" in your "fuse box", wherever that is (in your garage, hall, basement, or wherever) and need to be reset.
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The circuit breakers may look fine , but still be tripped.
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3) A wire (for example: to the heating element), has burned in two in the back or the bottom of the machine.
4) The place in the back of the machine where the electric cord hooks to the machine has failed in one spot.
5) A circuit breaker has tripped in the "fuse"box in your hall, basement, garage, or wherever.
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In order of probability, depending on the year and model of the dryuer.
1) Your heating element has "bit the dust" (failed).
2) One of the several "overheat thermostats" that are located in the rear or bottom of the inside of the dryer has failed.
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