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#1 Posted : Friday, October 12, 2007 6:02:35 PM(UTC)

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As the title suggests, my dryer runs but will not heat. I have checked the following:

heating element, has continuity
Thermal Cut-off, has continuity
Hi-temp thermostat, has continuity
Thermal Fuse, has continuity
Thermistor, does not have continuity (I don't believe that it should)

Does anyone have any suggestions about what else I could look for?

Also, I have confirmed that I have 240V to dryer while running.
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#2 Posted : Sunday, October 14, 2007 2:33:44 AM(UTC)

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Check your service sheet found behind the control panel. Most thermistors at room temperature are 1000 ohms, just measure, if way off replace it.
If ok you just might have a burnt wire somewhere.
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