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You more than likely blew your thermal fuse from machine over heating. If your venting is either the plastic or foil flexible type you need to replace with a solid type of venting, because the former types cause the machine to over heat. Also make sure that you don't have a faulty door switch. But before tearing the machine apart make sure that you have proper voltage coming into the machine.

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