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Dryer is blowing cold air and still turning

I have a kenmore front load dryer and is still bowing air but the air is cold and it is still turning I am not sure if it is the heating element and how do i access to it.

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It will either be the heating element or the limit switches both of which u gain access through the back or top of the macmine depending on how the macine is made.

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