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your missing the voltage from the control panel timer to energize the relay to keep it energized after you push it to make it start,you need to trace this back to the control panel timer possibly thru a resistor that could have burned open due to power outage and probably replace
When you press the start button you complete a circuit bringing the juice into your dryer to run the motor the igniter or heating elements and what ever else goes whee when your dryer is drying. So if you press the button to complete the circuit then when you let go of the button it would stand to reason that it break that flow and shut it all down. However in a dryer there is something of a centrifugal switch that kicks in and keeps that circuit open and flowing with juice once the drum begins to turn and you let go of the button. That's why in a normal situation if you don't hold the button down long enough the dryer will cut right back off or if you open the door to the dryer to throw something in and close it before it quits turning it will stay running. Sounds like you could add this centrifugal switch to the list of possible culprits in this mystery. O7OUT
Check the door switch for continuity.
Remove the rear panel and check the thermal fuse attached to the exhaust vent on the lower left side. It is 1 and 1/2 inches long by 1/2 inch wide and white in color.
If it is blown you must correct the air flow problem also.
The motor will need to be replaced. There is a throw-out switch on the motor that keeps it running after you release the start button. These are generally easy to change, with the only hard part being taking the cover off and putting it back on.
Any of these motors listed will fit your unit.