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check out this video it will show you how to take it apart,to test those parts first before replacing them use a ohm meter and check the element for appx. 10-20 ohms and BOTH of those thermostats on the outside of the heater housing for ZERO ohms
Need to look at replacing the thermostats and heating element whaich are accessible behind the dryer in a small panel. Be very careful to watch for sharp edges and disconnect the power before you do ANYTHING else. It's a relatively easy fix and you can get the parts feom www.marcone.com