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No heat exhaust was plugged cleared problem Is there an internal breaker to reset to get the heat back on?

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  • Gene Strote May 30, 2010

    Does the dryer have power from both legs of the recepticle?

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Hi,

There is no internal reset. If the vent was restricted the thermal fuse that is inside the dryer most likely went out do the lack of air flow, it is a part that needs replaced rather than reset on this brand of dryer.

I can look up the part for you and try and find a breakdown picture for this model if you plan to make the repair yourself. Let me know

Posted on May 30, 2010

  • Philip May 30, 2010

    Here is a link to the service manual for your dryer. The component that failed is either TH2 or TH3, the safety thermostat or hi limit thermostat, these are the thermal devices mounted on the heater box. The manual will show how to get into the unit and check the devices. Let me know if you have questions.

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