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take back cover off ... place new belt bottom first then roll it round tub... WATCH YOUR FINGERS.....if no cover on rear undo two screws on lid (rear).....do as stated above but its harder.07779933829 uk
No heat may mean that one side of the 240 volt circuit breaker is tripped or one fuse of the 240v circuit at the fuse/breaker box is tripped. Just replace/reset the fuse or breaker which ever you have. Dryers will have controls working but not heat if it happens to be that particular side of the 240v circuit that tripped or fuse burned.
Check with multi-meter for power on the heating element's tags (115/220V). If it does get power,you should replace the heating element. In case of no power- you should replace the thermostat.