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Whirlpool gew9200lw1, dryer does not heat everything checks out ok, replaced electronic control worked for a day then stopped working please help. The sensor and wire harness reads a short and no continuity does that affect the heater

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If limit switch has no continuity than it is bad,the heater will not come on.before you change the switch you nead to make sure that you do not have a blockage in your vent hose,make sure vent hose is clear from dryer to outside vent.a blockage in the vent hose will cause the high limit switch to go bad.

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