Question about Dryers
You first need to know, is it electric or gas. If it is electric, you more than likely have an electric element burnt out. Most dryers have one element and can be accessed sometimes through a small door in the front of the dryer (depending how old). An "element" is a long coil looking wire that looks like a real long spring. It gets hot and air passes over the element into the dryer. If the element burns out, the dryer will come on, but no heat. You can visible look at the element and sometimes you can tell if its burnt in two. Be sure to unplug the dryer before inspecting.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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