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Kenmore elite dryer no heat

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I think access is in the back but I cant remove the panel please help.
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You dont get into it from the back ,,, the lower panel on front comes down ,,,, clip about 2" in from both side between bottom panel and door panel needs to be pushed in to releast the panel and it drops down / larryyb

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