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Whirlpool GEW9200L not heating up, i have replaced th thermal fuse, thermistor, heating element, thermal cutoff and high limit. What next.

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Not being sarcastic, but, your sure you have 240 volts present at the unit? then check door switch heat section control of switch may be bad

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