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Exhaust fan on dryer is not working. How can I fix it

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    Drum turns, heating fine, no airflow from back??? Help--I have 6 kids and I'm buried in laundry!

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    Fan not working on my GE Profile Harmony dryer

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Exhaust fan on dryer is not working. I have cleaned the area at the bottom of the lint filter and cleaned the passage of the blower thoroughly.

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