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The belt changing is fairly the same across all brands and models, The issue come down to your model number and how to access the belt via panel removals. Can you provide the model number? (Hope you've repaired it by now)
Sorry, didn't realize you had a gas dryer. (Dissregard looking for 240 volts, only need 120 for gas model) There are still two thermostats on the back area I described, but not at top center. They both should have continuity. Again, make sure belt is not broken as this would kill power to motor, as would a door switch problem.
That I believe is an older model GE with the idler bar instead of the short bar. I believe there is also a rear panel that you can remove to gain access to it. I dont remember for sure if it keeps tension up or down. Loop your belt around the motor pully, then find out which way it keeps tension on the belt, then loop the belt around the idler pully and release so that it keep tension on the belt itself. Let me know if you need further information.