Take puttyknife put between top and front panels about two to three inches from sides one at a time push in to release tab top will flip up two screws at top front corners pull front panel toward you unplug door switch and remove front panel then take four screws from roller and duct panel and remove from latches and unplug conector underneath set roller panel aside remove belt from will walk you thrugh the rest
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skjessie the first thing I always advise is to turn the breakers off then back on. Electric dryers use 240 volts for the heating element only. The motor is 120 volts. If the dryer still isn't heating, then you may have a bad heater, tripped thermal limiter, or bad control unit.
It could be a defective heating element or thermostat. Open the service panel and check for 115/220V on the heating element tags. If you can read the 115/220V, you should replae the element. In case you can't read it - the thermostat should be replaced.