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Whirlpool ulitimate car II does not heat!!!!! what 2 do?

Why dryer will run but will not heat!!! what should i do?

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If your unit has a fuse, check it. Look in the instruction manual, which you kept with your warrenty, right? :-) No luck?

Unless you really feel comfortable taking apart a dryer, there really is'nt much else you can do. Most likely a heating element has burnt through assuming you're running on electricity. If gas, check that your supply is not interupted. Unfortunately, more than likely, it's time to call the repairman.

I assume that all knobs feel normal when you turn them and nobody has been fiddling with them.

Sorry I couldn't offer more help.

Posted on Mar 02, 2008

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