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Old 09-03-2008, 07:31 PM
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Found broken heating element replace with new. Checked all sensors and fuses motor turns drum air flows excellantly just no heat checked timer all leads have power except purple ? Dryer is about 0ne year old ?

Well the problem has been found and thanks to drags1998 for the solution. I found over a half mug of change in bottom of dryer which probably damaged the new element in the first place.
I found a guide wheel in the bottom to be damaged because of a couple of quarters that stuck to the bazzoca bubble gum stuck on ridge of rear drum area. I had to replace a half good half burned curcuit breaker only one leg of two twenty was coming to dryer. Total cost of repair was about 80.00. Which tells you to save your loose change in a better spot than the new dryer Nick ????


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Check the power to the dryer, RESET BOTH CIRCUT BREAKERS IN THE HOUSE!!!!
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Need model # to help. This dryer has an even heat pc board.
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