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Dryer wont heat

My dryer wont heat everithing else works

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  • modads6 Jun 18, 2008

    My dryer is not heating. It tumbles and blows cold air but not hot. How hard is it to change the heating elements on this dryer.? Where can I go to buy the heating elements? How much does the elements normally cost?

  • Anonymous Jan 07, 2009

    i have the same problem

  • kneill7247 Jan 20, 2009

    Where is the heating element on a GE DBLR333ET0WW dryer?

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Hi jimenez0512 this could be 1 of 2 problems 1 the heater element is down would need replacing 2 the lower heater element is down needs replacing which is the likelist problem it will be the first thermostat to the left should have a little ink dot on it when u buy the new thermostat kit it will come with both replace both u will only have to replace the higher stat within 2months anyway. Now if the thermostat has a little button on it press it and it should re-start the stat these are at the back of the dryer behind a shaped panel let me know how u go m8 peter

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