Dryer not heating

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Dryer not heating problem. Why dryer is not heating? One of the part might be faulty and needs to be replaced. Faulty parts in an electric dryer will cause the dryer to stop heating.

 

HOW TO FIX A DRYER NOT HEATING

Troubleshooting steps below only recommended for certified technicians:

 

 

 

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Required tools:

1 – Screwdriver 

2 – Nut driver 

3 – Multimeter 

4 – Gloves 

Make sure you follow these steps first:

1 – Unplug dryer power cable

2 – Remove front and rear panels

3 – Locate parts listed below.

 

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DRYER PARTS:

TEST THESE PARTS by multimeter:

1 – THERMAL FUSE

If Thermal fuse is faulty, replace it.

2 – THERMAL CUT OFF

If thermal cut off is faulty, replace it.

3 – HIGH-LIMIT THERMOSTAT

If High limit thermostat is faulty, replace it.

4 – CYCLING THERMOSTAT

If cycling thermostat is faulty, replace it.

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5 – HEATING ELEMENT

If heating element is faulty, replace it

HOW TO PROPERLY TEST DRYER PARTS

Remove parts from wiring first. Clean any dust.

Additional  DRYER PARTS THAT MAY BE FAULTY

1. Main Control Board

2. Timer Assembly

3. Faulty Wiring

 

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