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G.E. gas dryer will not heat.

My G.E. gas dryer will not heat. The drum turns, but still have damp clothes. Model no. DBSR453GB3WW.
Any clue as to how I can fix it?

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Either the moister sensor is bad or the venting needs to be cleaned thoroughly. If clogged full of lint the sensor shuts down the heat until it is cleaned out

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