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There are 2 possibilities for this problem. 1. The limit switch is out. The limit switch is located on the heating element on the back of the dryer. This is a small button type part. it will have 2 prongs on it for 2 wires that slide on for power. 2. The heating element is out. This will be on the back of the dryer and depending the model it should be a long metal piece that has metal elements inside of it to heat the dryer. or it could be a large round unit. these can be tested with an om meter.
The limit switch will be the cheapest to start with on replacing. If you need further assistance please do not hesitate to ask. I will need the make, model, and the serial number of the unit to help you further. the model and serial number can be found by opening the dryer door and looking by the hings. there should be a sticker with this information on it.
Hello, that sounds like a bad motor, you can know very quickly by unpluging the dryer, get to the back panel behind the switch. take one wire off the switch, grab your continuity checker, have someone push the switch, if it is good then its the motor. another way you can check is take the two wires for the switch and just touch them together if the dryer starts then it is the switch. Visit here for more help