Question about Dryers
A common problem with your dryer not heating up could be that the thermostat may need a reset. Depending on the model and make of your dryer, the thermostat is normally located inside the rear cover of your driver. You may need to undo a few screws to get to it. Once you have located it, look for a switch/button on the thermostat and press it. This should get your element heating again.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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