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Kenmore 70 series dryer works but no heat

We have changed the heating element, and the thermastat.

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Re: Kenmore 70 series dryer works but no heat

Check your power if one leg is down eg 110 to the motor drier will run but not heat if the heater is getting 110 but not the motor drier will do nothing check for a partial tripped breaker eg one side tripped but not fully just turn off and reset check outlet for 220 check power cord at terminal block for loose or burned cord unplug first lol if cord is burned just means it was loose when in stalled most of the time this promb is elec.

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