I would look for reasons why the dryer has this condition. Remove the vent pipe and see if their is lint buildup. If you see air restrictions that means your safety has tripped or melted.
That model number is incomplete. Gotta shoot from the hip on this one:
Get the back off there. You made no mention if the dryer was not working nly said it was not heating sooo.....
I think if you found this:
and the dryer does turn and it is electric heat then this is the probo:
It is mounted on the heating element housing:
OK if all of the safety are good when being checked with a meter with their wires removed yall could have a bad timer:
OR a bad circuit breaker
If your unit shuts down in less than 10 minutes then I would guess yall have electronic sensors but since you made no mention of that being the case then I feel like your model must be one which features autodry. Autodry uses the limits on the heater housing to determine movement of the timer motor. When the heat is on the timer won't advance and when no heat is applied it moves a little bit. Eventually them clothes will get so dry the heater will be needed less and less by the control thermostat. At which point the timer motor will advance steadily towards cool down mode.So what goes wrong? The vent being blocked causes excessive heat. If the filter housing was blocked like this:
The fuse would melt and kill the motor through the door switch circuit. It would be as if you opened the door. The dryer won't go no mo. But if the vent was clogged the fuse would not melt because it is rated for 350f. That leads me to believe your small limit on the heater housing has failed. That being the case it will run all day and never dry them clothes. NOW if yours is a gas model then that is an animal of a different nature. A gas dryer that is also an autodry model would never give power to the gas assembly if this duct fuse was blown:
It is wired into the gas valve assembly circuit And if that is the case then yall have a clogged filter housing like this one:
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