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The Drum turns, but no heat, is it ok? Different machine, same problem. I've switched out the timer, thermostat/fuse assembly, and element. Though the feedback for this machine was great when I bought it, I now see a lot of "dryer quits after 2 years". Having replaced these parts and seeing no improvement, I'm wondering if it's time to give up and buy a Bosch dryer (the washer part of the Haier works fine). Thanks for any help! Jeremy

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  • Jeremy56 Jun 28, 2008

    It's a 110V machine...


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Check your breaker, sometimes if one side of the 220v breaker trips and not the other then the dryer will run with no heat. if you have a voltage meter then check the outlet itself for a full 220v.

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