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Dryer stopped all of a sudden. Gets power because i can here the timer ticking but the light and roller does not turn on

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Possibly lost one of the the three power wires. The heater uses the 220v but the lights and motor use 110v from one side and the timer from the other. should be a schematic on the back of the dryer.

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