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Thermal fuse keeps blowing

I have replaced the thermal fuse 4 times. Sometimes it lasts several months, but most recently I replace it and it blew the first time I turned the dryer back on. How can I check the heat element? I have a multimeter and would like to know what I can do

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You see the other switches next to the thermal fuse? you need to change these too if you have a problem with the themal fuse blowing out repeatedly.
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