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My AMANA electric drier will not heat

My AMANA electric drier LEC20AW will not heat
I replaced the element and it still does not heat.

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Verify 220 volts to the terminal block where the cord connects.
If 220 is there, unplug the dryer and check the thermal fuse and hi-limit thermostats on the dryer cannister.

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