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You may have fowled a spark plug.. check if you have spark.

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I think that you either have a bad capacitor on the motor or the start winding on the motor has gone bad. If you open the dryer up and look for your motor, look on the outside of the motor for a round or oblong shaped piece that has a couple of wires going to it. If you see that item, you have a capacitor and I would have it checked. If you do not see anything like that, then the motor has an internal start winding and you will need a new motor. Hope this helps!

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If you can turn the drum and then the dryer starts you have a bad motor. The way the dryer works is when you initially push the start button, electricity is sent to the start winding, or stator, of the motor. This will in turn start the motor turning. From there the stator will drop out of the electrical process and at the same time the run winding, or rotor, will take over and the motor will continie to run. Your stator is damaged, has a burn spot, etc so by you turning the drum, the belt around the drum is moved which is attached to the motor pulley. You basically take the place of the stator. Long story short, you have a bad motor.

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That is a bad sign. If the buzzing starts when you press the start button and stops when you release its almost safe to say that the motor has a dead short or grounded out and causing that to happen. You can check the start switch by getting a multimeter and with the dryer unplugged take the wires off the switch, place a lead on each pin and press the start with meter set for continuity. If it shows continuity when presed and stops when released your motor is shot and needs to be replaced.
Now if you press the start button and the machine starts to hum and continues to hum its possible that something has gotten caught in the blower wheel and binding the motor up. Depending on the make and model the location and access to it vaaries.
If you can turn the drum and then the dryer starts you have a bad motor. The way the dryer works is when you initially push the start button, electricity is sent to the start winding, or stator, of the motor. This will in turn start the motor turning. From there the stator will drop out of the electrical process and at the same time the run winding, or rotor, will take over and the motor will continie to run. Your stator is damaged, has a burn spot, etc so by you turning the drum, the belt around the drum is moved which is attached to the motor pulley. You basically take the place of the stator. Long story short, you have a bad motor.

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That is a bad sign. If the buzzing starts when you press the start button and stops when you release its almost safe to say that the motor has a dead short or grounded out and causing that to happen. You can check the start switch by getting a multimeter and with the dryer unplugged take the wires off the switch, place a lead on each pin and press the start with meter set for continuity. If it shows continuity when presed and stops when released your motor is shot and needs to be replaced.
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Three possibilities: the drum bearings may be worn causing hard turning, the motor bearings may be about worn out allowing the rotor to contact the stator inside the motor, and last, but maybe the most likely, the start capacitor, which is mounted near the motor, may be going bad causing weak starts at first, then no-start/loud humming finally. Take the belt off of the motor pulley and start the dryer--the motor should almost instantly be running full speed. You can test the motor bearings (when motor is OFF) by trying to push/pull the shaft in various directions sideways. Any obvious slop is a sign of worn bearings. Try turning the drum by hand to see if it turns fairly freely. Hope this helps!

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