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I replaced the thermal fuse about three weeks ago. While I had the dryer apart I cleaned out the vents,

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I replaced the thermal fuse about three weeks ago. While I had the dryer apart I cleaned out the vents, the lint trap, and the blower. I am positive this dryer is circulating fine. The cord is not brown or burnt at the point of entry to the dryer. There are no circuts blown in the house panel. I have confirmed that there is power getting to the dryer with a meter. The last thermal fuse I replaced was about 3 weeks ago because the dryer would not start. It worked for 3 weeks just fine and now we are back to square one. Please help.

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Post the dryer model number please.
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when you say you cleaned out the vents. did you have good air flow outside the house vent.
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