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If the hum is loud I would suspect something is jammed and the motor is stopped leading to a heavy current running through the motor. After 5 or 10 minutes I would anticipate the circuit breaker would trip or the motor would burn up. If the humming suddenly stops then a thermal overload switch might be activating and when it cools down normal operation resumes. This is my only insight.
ck to see if a wrinkle guard button is present or some such control if option is turned on most dryers will come on shut off like that for up to 12 hrs before completely shutting off this helps reduce wrinkles in clothes not removed from dryer when dry cycle completes ..if you can find owners manual consult if for a better explantion