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We have a Fisher and Paykel Model #DEC27CW1 All of a sudden it stopped heating. Is there something we can check other than the vent, which is clear?

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Hello,

You want to check the fuse on the heater canister, the link below is to a video that explains how to do so.

http://www.appliancerepairlesson.com/


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0Yf2tRE_dA

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Dryers work on two 120 volt circuits which is why the breaker in your electrical panel is twice as wide as a normal breaker. If you can get an electrical tester you can check the wall plug to ensure you are getting at least 220 volts from the two straight plug holes. Put the tester on AC Volts, place one lead to one side and the other to the other slot. If you have a problem getting this to work you can also go from the slot to the round plug hole. Then again from the other side to the round plug hole, doing it this way you should get 120 volts.

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