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I removed the back panel and checked the thermal fuse and thermostats with a digital multi-meter and found no problems.

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Default Kenmore Series 80 Gas Dryer - Running but not heating
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I removed the back panel and checked the thermal fuse and thermostats with a digital multi-meter and found no problems. So then my next idea was to check the heating element... I can't find the heating element anywhere!

Where the heck is it? And if it's not the heating element, what might the issue be?

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