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How to insert a thermal fuse

I HAVE A STACKABLE WASHER DRYER AND CAN'T FIND WHERE TO PUT THE THERMAL FUSE...PLEASE HELP....210-739-2211

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Take top off and thermal fuse is clipped onto the dryer manifold.
how do you know you need one if you can't find the original and test it?

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