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Wiring diagram Does not operate. There is power at the back terminals. The door switch is working. Looking for the diagram to see where the power runs.

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It will usually run through a heat fuse that protects the dryer from overheating.
Best to download and save service manual from this site. Go to troubleshooting section and see if yo can run the diagnostics. The diagnostics code could tell you what is failing. There are component testing procedures listed to go through if the diagnostic code is not helpful.
http://www.applianceblog.com/manuals/16025911.pdf

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