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Heater doesn't work in Henmore air dry ( heavy duty 70 series)

My Henmore air dry ( Heavy Dity series) is running normal, but heater doesn't work, so, the clothes cannot be dryied , PLease tell me how to fix it.

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Dryer turns on but will not dry what can i check to see wats wrong with it

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Check your thermal fuse

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