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Ultimate care II Whirlpool dryer

My electric ultimate care II Whirlpool dryer will blow air but will not heat. The model number is LEQ8000JQ3. I've seen a posting with the same problem for a gas model that mentions it could be a blown thermal fuse. Is this also possible for the electric version?

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    Model # LEQ9858PWO
    I have no heat when the dryer runs. So far I have replaced the the two main fuses and the thermal fuse. What's my next step?

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Yes its located on the houseing where the heating element is and is a small round disc with two wires get a putty knife and push in between the top panel and body of the drier about 2-3inches of the edge lifting the top as you do remove the front panel by removing the two 5/16 in screws and pull the panel the locate the heating coil and check the thermal limiter

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