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Dryer stopped before clothes were dry and now it will not start again

While drying clothes, the dryer stopped. When I went to take the clothes out, I noticed they were not completely dry. However, the dryer will not start up again.

Checked the circuit breakers in the house and nothing seems to be an issue with that.

What could this be and is it something that we can fix without a repairman?

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  • Monty95 Jun 06, 2008

    Thanks. We will check for that. Quick question - what is a continuity checker and what would we be looking for to see if it is ok?

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Possible bad thermal fuse remove back look for small white object on left side just above blower on side if lint screen housing with continuity checker ck to make sure there a closed connection through fuse

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