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Check to make sure you are getting 240 volts to your dryer if so then check high limit thermostat on heater asm should be only two wires and small and round then you want an ohm reading at any temp then check your element you want an ohm reading and it will depend on the model then check voltage at your heater by removing conector and checking to see if your getting voltage from both sides 120v from timer and then from motor that will tell you where your problem is.

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