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We have an Estate Whirlpool clothes dryer/Model #MY60-G which was purchased (I think sometime in 2002?). It spins, but after it is on for a little while the heat stops and the clothes never dry. We were told it is probably a relay switch and would like to know how to go about purchasing on to fix the dryer. Thank you for your cooperation, Carol Mosko

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