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is it gas or electric?if it's gas you could have bad gas coils,they work for a while then cut out leaving clothes damp.if it's electric and heater is working check outside to see if flapper is opening,you might have a blcked vent line.you can remove vent line from back of dryer and run it and if clothes dry you know your vent line is blocked,if it is blow out vent line with leaf blower,short blasts at first so you don't damage vent line
Thats what it's supposed to do hopefully the clothes are coming out dry. The dryer has both thermal sesors and fuses that tell the dryer when to heat up and when to cool down. So yes the heating element will come on and go off multiple times in a cycle.