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I have this problem too, I have noticed that when this happens the moisture is high within the dryer. Usually when I open the door and let the steam out and let the dryer cool a bit it stops, but would still like to know why it really is doing this.
FWIW ... the Sears guy came by yesterday. The problem was apparently that the door latch was not operating to the extent that the sensors thought the door was open. He is replacing the latch next week. He adjusted the old one in the mean tiome and it appears to be working fine.
This kind of stunned me, since my wife reported an electric zap and the interior light burned out as the dryer went dead -- so I was sure it would be a fried circuit board -- but, no, a little jiggling of the latch seemed to clear it up....
If the only thing that happens is three rapid beeps when you select a feature from the console this is usually a symptom of a defective door switch. The door switch must be closed to complete the circuit from the timer to the heating circuit and drive motor. If the switch is bad, or the wiring is broken, the dryer will not run.