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Imtermittent Dryer Start, Stop Problem

Sometimes the dryer will start, run for a bit, then stop. If left in the cycle (not in an off position,) it will start and stop again at various intervals. If you try to start it again after it stops, it won't. Any ideas

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Motor is BAD !!! Replace it.
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