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The dryer is not producing any heat. What might

The dryer is not producing any heat. What might be the easy fix to try first?

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Look for reset button for heating element,high temp cutout switch if electric--airflow switch, high temp cutout if gas

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Hi, thanks for the inquiry.

It's most likely a thermal fuse. Basically, the voltage has to go through the fuse before it goes to the ignitor.
It should only cost you about $90 to repair if a technician comes out to fix a fuse.
I wouldn't try to repair it unless you have some knowledge of electrics. If your dryer is less than 12 years old, I would recommend you fix it. Hope this helps.

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1. Thermal fuse is bad
2. Thermistor is bad
3. Heat element is bad.

This is a newer type dryer that probably has control board also. Probably gonna need a service tech to come inspect unless inside parts are like an older style dryer.

Old dryers are easy to fix, but these new ones have parts like a computer in them making it harder to take apart and fix unless you have technicial background.

Make sure your lint trap stays clean all the time, this is usually the cause of one of the three parts above to go out prematurally.
Hope this helps
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