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Crosley Dryer Model CEDX463RQ1 no heat

Crosley Dryer Model CEDX463RQ1 at one point had heat but not enough to dry clothes. Now no heat at all. Opened back removed heating elements now WHAT??? Single mother needs Help.

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Take elements to a dealer and have them checked, unless you have a digital multimeter and can DIY.Otherwise get a replacement element

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