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Hello. You have one of two problems. The heating element is bad. You can test this by removing the wires on the element and testing for continuity. If there is no continuity, replace the element. If there is, look around the element for a small thermal cutoff and remove the wires from it. Test it for continuity. If there is none, replace the cutoff. If you provide me with the model number I can get you the part numbers you need.

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