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Take top off and you will see dryer manifold going across the top of machine. there are various stats mounted on the manifold. one or more may be a resettable stat ie has a small button in the middle top of the stat. press button and stat will reset. some hotpoint have instead, a thermal fuse mounted on top of the manifold in a sleeve. this may have gone open circuit so check with a multimeter

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