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Gibson modelGSE746RFS1 does not get hot. The tub turns and all the control seem to work correctly, but it does not get warm or hot. I am not sure how to get to the heating element.

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Could be the heating element, mine was a 20$ sensor screwed to the side of the heating element,dont remember the name of the part but it burns out when got too hot ,under the bottom of unit

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