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Dry comes on normally and progressivley gets cooler. Turn it off and after it sits for a while and I can start it again and it does the same thing over again.

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After taking apart the whole dryer and checking the burner assembly i found no burned out or fouled out parts. I put the dryer back together and left the back panel off pluged it back up and started it up the burner came on for no more than 1 minute then went off. At that time I removed both thermostats from the burner housing but still attached to the wires and started it again it stayed on. So the answer is u need to change the thermostats. To check and make sure just pull off the back of the dryer an remove the thermostats from the burner housing then start this sill be tour answer and the piece is about 25.00 good luck an God bless.

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