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Whirlpool 9800 won't heat. I checked the element and is okay. ???

I checked the element and is okay

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You checked it with a meter ofr continuity?? if so, then check hte littl white "fuse"(locasted directly in the middle of back of machine) and both of hte thermostat on the top and bottom of the heater assy. thay should all have perfect continuity

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