Why Won't My Electric Dryer Heat up?

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The most common reason an electric dryer won't heat up is the heating element is defective. Another reason may be a blown thermal fuse in the dryer electrical panel. The dryer's thermostat could also be defective. Each of these items can be repaired without having to replace the dryer unit.
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