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Check circuit breaker box Turn your dryer breaker off and then back on (reset) . If this doesn't help, does the dryer light go on
when opening the dryer door? Could be the High temp cut out
safety device because it's getting too hot.
Unplug the dryer first for safety sake....remove rear cover and use an ohm meter to check the value of your heater and your safty thermostat....this dryer runs on 220 volts, but if only getting 110..it will still run, but heater will not come on....i suggest to check for voltage at terminal block...it should be 220...if not, check breaker or fuses getting back to heater element and thermal...check these and if bad, replace
I have seen the motor switch be bad and the timer as well...both these will cause a no heat problem...bet its the heater thermal or heater
It sounds like you have no fan blowing. OR the vent is completely blocked so no air flow.
You could check fan by disconnecting the vent hose in back, and turn dryer on. Is is blowing a good volume of air? If so then you need to look at the vent. Any critter build a home in there? etc..
If there is no significant air blowing from the vent, you'll need to figure out why the fan is not blowing.
It's possible the fan is turning but is choked up and unable to move the air.
Perhaps the fan is bad, or there is a capacitor gone bad,.
That's as far as I can go from here.
Others may assist you further..
first check for 240 volts at the dryer if it has an electric heating element,if you lose 1 leg of the 240 volts that leaves you with only 120 volts and with both your problems this is what it sounds like your problem is,because the motor is on one leg(120volts) the timer is on the other(120volt)leg and the element is on both legs at 240volts,so you lose 1 leg your timer or motor would qwuit and the heating element wont heat either
more than likely the heating element has gone out. if your clothes have no heat then the element is the most likely cause. you can get one for anywhere between $30 - $50. you'll need to know model and serial #'s. usually easy to replace.