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Whirlpool Lgr7646eq2 Dryer

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I have a dryer (gas) it spins and blows but no heat is coming out what should I look for...


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    spins but no heat



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Hi thanks for the question. most times the problem is with the thermal fuse . failure is caused by clogged venting. clean all vents . the thermal fuse is located on the air duct, inside the dryer on the left , a small piece of plastic, with 2 blue wires to it . replace thermal fuse. thanks the appliance doc

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