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ShaneBurle24  
#1 Posted : Thursday, July 12, 2018 11:32:23 AM(UTC)
ShaneBurle24

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I just replaced a bad heating element in my Admiral dryer due to no heat at all. I also replaced all the fuse and thermostats. I also tested voltage while plugged into power and continuity on fuse and thermostats while unplugged, which all checks out. After replacing the parts, when I plugged the dryer back in and started a new cycle the heating element came on but shut off after 1 to 2 minutes and did not come back on. I opened the dryer door to turn off the drum and closed the door reset the cycle and the heating element did not come back on at all. I have also removed all of the lint from the screen all the way out. I also disconnected the exhaust duct that goes to the wall and let the dryer vent into the laundry room to verify air flow. What else could I be missing?:confused:
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thorning  
#2 Posted : Friday, July 13, 2018 12:38:37 PM(UTC)
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You may have a problem with the timer. Not likely worth the price of a new timer as compared tp a cheap new dryer.
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