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What does a thermal fuse look like

The washer sprung a leak, and now the dryer does't work after getting wet.Is it a fuse or what should I do?
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The fuse is a small plastic piece with only 2 wirs connected to it and it will be behind the back cover or the ones that the back dont come off, it is inside the lower panel in front ,,, check your break ,,,, it may have trip it even if it dont look or feel like it.
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