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The first step in troubleshooting your dryer is to check the power source. Ensure that it’s plugged into an outlet with enough wattage for its needs and that all circuit breakers have been reset if needed. If everything looks okay on this front, then move on to checking the lint filter and venting system of your machine - these should both be cleaned out regularly as they can cause overheating issues when clogged or blocked off from airflow.
Additionally, inspect any exposed wiring for signs of damage such as burn marks, which could indicate an electrical fault within the appliance itself requiring professional assistance from a qualified technician or repair service provider before further use of it may occur safely without risk of fire hazard potential due to faulty parts being present inside its inner workings!
Finally, if everything else checks out fine then you may need to consider replacing certain components such as heating elements or thermostats which could potentially be causing problems with temperature regulation within your machine's internal mechanisms leading toward non-heating conditions occurring during operation cycles.