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Whirlpool ultimate care gas dryer

Dryer is running, but isn't getting any heat. Propane is full and cleaned vent has been cleaned..... don't know what I should check next?

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  • hirschmans Dec 18, 2008

    I have the same problem. Plenty of air blowing but no heat. it just stopped.

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