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what you need to check is the thermal fuse. if you click on this link theres a video on how to check thermal fuses with a volt meter. (its not the same thermal fuse but tests the same. ) http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Thermal-Fuse/6931EL3003D/1268366
The thermal Fuse test good.
Results and reading of door switch test:
Door switch open: COM to NO is Infinity: COM to NC reads .4 ohms
Door Switch Closed: Pushed in: COM to NO is .5 ohms and COM to NC is infinity
Yes, the thermal fuse was mounted on the blower housing, There is a Thermistor also mounted on the blower housing. The results of that test were 8000 ohms.
Two Thermostats on the actual heater housing as you described. Both tested at good with a reading of .4 ohms. Yes i am removing the wires to isolate the thermostat for testing.