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Check for 240V from breaker or check bot fuses...not just one.
There is a thermal fuse somewhere that, if it is open, the heat will not come on. This would be the high limit Thermostat. Find it on your diagram or test all your thermostats that they are good. Test using an Ohm meter. Replace defective fuse or thermostat.

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