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Dryer heats for only !st few mins.

I recently had the Thermostat replaced but, heat problem still exists. Dryer starts out with heat but, after a few minutes it goes cold. It takes 2-3 cycles for a normal size load to dry.

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You didn't say if it was gas or electric. ?

Posted on Oct 19, 2013

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There are different temp setting Thermostat ,check to make sure the right one was installed. recheck element continuity

Posted on Apr 10, 2009

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