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Roseanna

Kenmore 110.60022010 dryer

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Roseanna

My electric dryer will heat for 30- 40 minutes and then it will blow cold air. If I turn it off and leave it be for a couple hours it will repeat the 30-40 minutes of heat again. I have cleaned all lent, replaced the thermostat, fuse, and a cutoff kit with no change. I took out the heating element and did not see any breaks or burned places.

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You need to check for proper 240 volt power at the outlet at the time the dryer is not making heat

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16345Ed

You didn’t really say if your clothes are getting dry. 

Unhook exhaust vent from back of dryer. 

Test it unhooked. See if it dries your clothes. 

Elements do cycle on and off and there is also a cool down phase. 

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