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    Default Samsung DV209AEW not heating

    Model Number: DV209AEW
    Brand: Samsung
    Age: 6-10 years

    Hi, I'm new to the site and am looking for help with my dryer. It is about 8 years or so old and I have replaced the electric heating element twice in that time. Last week the wife said it wasn't working, I took the cover off and quickly noticed the belt was broken and that trips a switch to disable the motor. $8.50 belt and this should be an easy fix right..? I put the belt on and install was easy enough but I have no heat now. Wife said she thought it wasn't getting as hot as it used to. Since then I have replaced the coil, thermistor, and 2 thermostats. Checked all the connections and examined the main board. Everything looks good. After I installed the new coil it was blowing hot air. I put all the covers back on and threw in some clothes and no heat.. What could it be? I'm thinking maybe the board but wanted to get some more professional advise before I put more money into it. Thanks for any advice.

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    Did you pull the dryer out from the wall and remove the vent hose , then see if it heats normal?

    A vent restriction can cause this no heat issue too.

    If still no heat with the dryer out from the wall and the vent exhaust off, then yes its more than likely a faulty control board: DC92-00160A

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    Yes Jake I did have it pulled out and duct off. Cleaned everything out and still no heat. I'm afraid it is the board as well. I have someone coming to check if I'm getting 240 at the plug. If so I'll have to cross my fingers and order a board. Thanks Jake

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    See if this helps. Page 8.
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    Thanks bigbuck!

    wlockwood23: Ok, sounds good, keep us posted!

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    Will do. Power checked out fine so main board has been ordered.

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    Ok, sounds good.

    Let us know how it goes.

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