Question about Whirlpool LEN2000PW Dryer
First of all stop replacing the fuses and using the dryer it could burn down your house. The problem is the vent is clogged (not necessarily in the dryer) make sure also that the vent flex is not excessively long behind the dryer and is not kinked when the dryer is pushed back.
Posted on Nov 19, 2007
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clothes dryer can go for years without any problems. We come to rely on
our clothes dryer, and we can even begin to take it for granted. Then
one day we attempt to use our clothes dryer and it has no heat to it.
Now we have entered the world of clothes dryer repair, and it is a
world that can get expensive. Before you call out the repairman, try
some troubleshooting tips to see if you can get the heat flowing back
to your dryer again.
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