There is a space between the drum and the back of the dryer. A cord like substance has came out ove rthe last few uses. It alos makes a noise til it gets going . Any Ideas. It is about 20 years old but besides that works great.
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You need a drum belt. Not to bad of a job. Unplug and pull out dryer take off back and lift up top. Should be easy to get to then. Sears will have the belt. Also good time to clean out all of the lint build-up. Could become a fire hazard. Spray the drum bearings and motor bearing with WD40. Happy repairing. If I helped please rate me.
It sounds like your heating element has broken. There are several links provided on this site on how to replace it. You might want to take a look at davesrepair.com to purchase a new one. He has pretty good prices on the element.
You really need a volt / ohm meter to check for Continuity & Volts
Its well worth the investment... $15.00 bucks give or take a few
I would check to see if you have 220v to back of dryer where the cord mounts to dryer, If dryer is getting only 1 leg 110 volts instead of the 220 will it not heat.
Check themostates & heater for Continuity... Most models, Now have a.. Hi-limit fuses that need to be checked for Continuity