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are u sure it does this only in that cycle? if so the only thing i can think of is a timer, inless the thermostat is shutting it down because the element is getting too hot.... whirlpoolpartssurplus.com mark ... give me a call free
The trouble is actually with the start bearings in the drive motor,I bet you have a small hummmm or GRRRRR right at the start, as if the unit wants to hesitate.
Anytime you have a dryer that starts then shutsoff and must "cool" down, it is the motor.
UNplug the dryer, pull it out from the wall, and remove the service panel. Use a flashlight and look around for signs of anything having burned, and smell around to see if you can identify what might be burning if you can not visually see any burning.
If you plug the unit back in while your back there, have someone start the dryer and see if you can see what might be the problem.
I am suspect the motor may be failing, but it's hard to see what's happening through these teeny-tiny little wires.
Reply back what you seeing and we can help you further.
the motor overload can caouse that problem in that case new motor is needed if the dryer turn right back on after it turns off the even heat control board in panel bad if it humms are no noise after turn off and you have to let cool down the motor is the problem