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Heating element isn't working

The fan works but the heating element doesn't.

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Sounds like the heating element isn't getting current. If you have a continuity checker or ohm meter, test the element - isolated from the fan and/or switches. If that passes, look for a thermal fuse that looks like a 22-caliber bullet. See if it passes current. Then check the function of the switch, thermostat, and any safety cut-outs like tip-over switches.

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The only other thing you can do is take a close look at it. If it is badly discoloured or has blackened, it has probably had it.

Without knowing more about the appliance and a few more details it is difficult to give any further advice.

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