A broken drive belt will stop the dryer drum from spinning. It is the most common reason a gas dryer is no longer tumbling. The belt wraps around the drum, and as the belt rotates, it causes the drum to spin. The machine may work when the drive belt breaks, but the drum does not tumble.
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The typical reason why a dryer is beeping or buzzing is that you haven’t pressed the start button. Modern dryers require that you press the start button once the door is closed because they will not start automatically. They will recognize that the load is full and the beeping is there to remind you to do so.
If your Bosch dryer is not working, perform a hard reset by disconnecting it from power. Unplug the dryer or turn off the circuit breakers for five minutes before reestablishing power. After the dryer runs through the startup sequence, it will be fully reset.
If your Bosch dryer is not drying and not blowing air, unplug the dryer and move the dryer so that you can remove the vent from the dryer. Take off the vent screen from the outside and use a vacuum cleaner to take any lint out of the vent. Then reconnect the vent.
If your Bosch Dryer is not working, it could be from a thermal fuse that has either burned out. Once you see where the thermal fuse is located inside the dryer’s cabinet, test it with an electrical multimeter to check the leads for continuity. You will need to replace it if this is the issue.