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You need to take the top of the dryer off. Usually clips hold it on. Then remove the dryer drum. The drum usually sits on rollers and has a pulley on it that the belt from the motor is in. The heating coil sits in back of the drum. It looks like a piece of wire and is attached to the back of the dryer via little insulated blocks. If you can not see the heater broken, do a continuity check if you have access to a meter. It should NOT read open.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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