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Most probably a venting problem and probably caused the heating element to ground out in its casing. Easiest way to verify is turn your timer to 30min and if dryer starts heating without pushing the start button you got a bad element caused by bad venting most of the time.
dear Rheinallt , the problem is one of two things either the thermostat or the element itself . Try the drier on different heat settings to see if it heats at all . If it does - then its the thermostat . if it doesn`t then it most probably is the element . Depending upon where you live it would probably be more economical to buy a new one .
There is a chamber that the air blows down before hitting the vent pipe. It may need to be cleaned. But you want to make sure when you push your dryer back, that the vent doesn't kink. good luck. Overall you drier works, your just having a venting issue.
you can check where the cord is connected to the drier did you use the cord off your old drier see if the cord is tight at the back of the drier and the center terminal of the cord should be on the center of the terminal block and why did you buy a new drier hold my rating till were done please