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My whirlpool AWZ2303 only seems to be blowing cold

My whirlpool AWZ2303 tumble dryer only seems to be blowing cold air
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If your not getting heat from the machine its probably due to a faulty heating element. You can get the part at an appliance parts shop by bringing them the model number or you can call in a pro repairman to have a look and replace it. Do it yourself is cheaper by far but can be difficult on newer machines like this one.

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