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Dryer will not turn on. The electric plug in is fine (there is power on the electric line) we used this dryer for years fro the same location. What should I check first on the unite? is there an electric diagram available for this dryer on line? thanks, H

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You can get the parts breakdown and information at this link
http://www.pcappliancerepair.com/model-display.php

Hope this helps..

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