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My Maulber wd2000 is no longer drying. It spins, just does't heat up. I think maybe the heating element might be shot. Any suggestion?

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Your heating element is going out. Mine did this a few months ago. It is an easy fix. Look up the part online.

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HELLO THERE:
if you have cleaned all of the lint from the filter and still no luck you are goiong to be looking at replacing the heating element.
contact your local appliance repair for this part and a price ok?
best regards mike

Posted on Aug 09, 2009

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