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Dryer heating problems

My dryer turns and acts like it's heating but it is not. I do think it's the heating element, is this something I would have to replace, or is there a reset button for it? How do I fix it? If I get someone to fix it, what's a resonable price for them to charge?

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You have this under "gas dryer" but by the model number it's an electrics dryer. There are 3 things you can check yourself first, 1) Check for blown fuses or popped circuit breakers. 2) Check the connections where the wires go in the back of the dryer 3) Make sure you have good airflow coming out of the vent outside your house. If all of these are good then you will have to call for service.

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