Some causes of a dryer not heating are a faulty heating element, high-limit thermostat, cycling thermostat, igniter, radiant flame censor, gas control valve, coil, temperature sensor, timer or thermal fuse. Many of these... More »

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Coal is important because it is a reliable and an affordable source of energy in many countries. It is responsible for about 40 percent of the electricity generated in the world. Coal is a crucial ingredient in manufactu... More »

People who suffer respiratory symptoms due to exposure to hydrogen sulfide or sewer gas are treated with supplemental oxygen, aerosolized bronchodilators or nitrite therapy, according to the Centers for Disease Control a... More »

There are many issues that may prevent a dryer from heating properly, such as improper voltage, a defective heating element, a thermal fuse, a faulty thermostat or a defective timer motor. The first thing to check is tha... More »

A Kenmore dryer that doesn't heat usually has a faulty heating element. Also, its thermostat could be malfunctioning due to a restricted vent. Both problems are easily diagnosed and repaired. More »

If an electric clothes dryer is not heating up, the cause is often a blown circuit breaker or fuse, or a broken heating element. For a gas dryer, causes for no heat include no gas supply or a broken ignitor. More »

To check the heater coil in a dryer, homeowners should remove the vent, power off the dryer and remove the panels to expose the thermal fuse, thermostat and coils. If the coils are damaged, frayed or show signs of wear, ... More »

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