Answer Geovany, The 6931EL3003C / 6931EL3003C High Limit Thermostat (This dryer hi-limit thermostat includes a black reset button) is the correct part to order for the model number you supplied. It is the factory replacement part, it may have been revised or look different than the original part, but should operate in your machine. The <input type="reset"> defines a reset button which resets all form values to its initial values. Tip: Avoid reset buttons in your forms! It is frustrating for users if they click them by mistake.
this happened the last time and the guy that came out push a reset button to bring it back to life. but can't see anything so far in the area of the pics. definitely nothing to that push in or de-press. and yes the main trip switch is off for this heater - each heater has it's own trip. Remove the front plate of the thermostat from the wall to find the batteries and change them. Tripped circuit breaker. The issue may be that the circuit breaker for the thermostat has tripped. Check the electrical panel and see if any of the breakers needs to be reset, then see if the thermostat’s display has come back on. Limit switch
Side note: the reset button is also sometimes referred to as the ECO (emergency cut off) switch or "high limit safety thermostat switch". So what's causing the button to keep tripping?Heretofore, in the case of thermostats of the type employing manually operable reset buttons, it has been the practice to mount the bimetallic disc in one end of the thermostat housing, and both the reset button and the switch terminals in the opposite end of the housing, so that the motion of the reset button must be transmitted through the associated switch arm and/or a switch actuating plunger to the bimetallic disc.