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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it heats up for a few minutes at the begging and after that goes cold – make sure it is leveled and get good air flow, replace the coils.
If it doesn’t heat up at all, replace the thermo fuse.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
Most likely, it is the thermostat which controls the heating element. The Bios Thermostat will have two wires connected to a round disc which has a flange and screw holes to hold it next to the blower vent or the center of the drum. Use an ohm meter to see if it open or take it to an appliance parts store to have them check it for you. You may also see a thermal fuse and a high temperature cut-off thermostat which should not read open with an ohm meter. Any open thermostat will prevent the heater element from turning on. The part should be about $25.00.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
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