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Dryer not heating

I have a Whirlpool LER3624PQ and it'll turn on but there is no heat. I checked to make sure there was not a clog in the exhaust and all is clear. I took the back off to look at the fuses, I have no clue what is what back there and do not have a manual. Any guidance would be great!

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It could be your limit switches or your heating element gone bacd if you dont have heat. those are the only 2 options

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