I can understand how important it is to have your dryer working properly. Electric dryer runs but does not heat, due to a tripped breaker or blown fuse. Electric dryers require two 30 amp breakers or fuses in the house electrical box to run and heat. If one breaker is tripped or one fuse is blown, the motor, the timer and lights can work but the dryer will not heat.
Before you start verify that the dryer was not set on the Air Dry setting. Dryers will not produce heat on this setting.
Locate two 30 amp breakers and turn them off by moving the switch to the off position.
Wait at least 30 seconds and turn the circuit breaker back on by moving it to the on position.
Select a heating cycle and put some clothes inside the dryer.
Run the dryer for about a minute
Open the dryer door and touch the clothes to see if the dryer is heating again.
If the circuit breaker box contains fuses check for any fuses that may be blown and replace them with comparable fuses. If you are still having the same problem, then the images below will help. These will show you where and how access the thermal fuse and the thermostats. Before replacing any parts I would suggest that you test them. I hope this helps. If you need further assistance, please reply to this thread. Thank you for using Manage My Life.