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Whirlpool Electric Dryer Model GEQ9800PW1 - No Heat

Dryer tumbles, but no heat.
Cleaned lint trap.   Opened lower panel and cleaned out lint.  Removed cover from fan and cleaned out (lots of) lint and muck.  Cleared fan blades,
Checked rest of exhaust system to outside, everything is clear.
Ran the dryer and checked voltage on the leads to the little white fuse attached to the blower assembly.  Nothing.  I'm assuming there would be voltage if it were still good.  Is this correct?
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Well your high limit is blown. It mounts up top of the heat element chamber.
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