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Kenmore dryers the kenmore dryer just stopped..it dried one full cycle but then the next time nothing happen..no sound..no movement..nothing..what should i check?

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Check the breakers, then the wiring in the back. Make sure the wiring is connected good. Then the hi limit switch which is probably located under the top. (easy to remove).

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