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Admiral dryer-top loading-won't heat but spins

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Thermal or high limit fuse. Usually located near the heating element. You can check continuity through these with a continuity or volt meter while the unit is unplugged. If one of these is bad, check your venting also for a restriction or blockage. Possibly you have a bad power lead to the outlet (tripped breaker, fried wire, etc) but this can only be checked with a volt meter or simmilar device.

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