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Dryer will not produce any heat. everything else seems to be in working order

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Sorry to read about your problem.

Their is a 80% chance you have a defective heat coil or coils. or the heat selector switch is defective. in addition you may have a clogged dryer vent.

I suggest you place a call to a service company.

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