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see the diagram : 1) O.k if the thermostat 2) Thermofuse is o.k is good resultant BUT please 3) Test the door switch for open or defective , if the remain open the motor will NOT START. see the diagram. 4) After changing the switch if the problem remain the same the motor is faulty( centrifugal swithc, etc) need repair or replace. 5) Test the push button start for diryt or open, test the wires for loose, broke, or burn wires too.
Sounds like the motor is gone. Try opening the door and pushing the door swithch inside the dryer door cavity.This may take two people but while holding the door switch, push the start switch and turn the dryer drum at the same time.(in a clock direction) If the dryer starts it means the moter is shot.