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DRYER WONT HEAT

HOW DO I REPLACE THE CIRCUT BREAKER/FUSE IN MY DRYER

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The thermal fuse and thermostat is located on the heater assembly under the right side of the drum.

You will have to take the unit apart to get to the heater assy.

Posted on Jul 25, 2010

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