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remove 2 screws on the front cover by the floor lift bottom of front cover outward toward you and remove ,then undo wires at door switch,then remove drum belt and drum,then the heater element is at the right side near the base in a duct assembly
I had a dryer not the same model like yours but It had the same problem. Well it happens because of :- ======================= Heating - When it heats then it stops untill its cool ===================================== I hope it helps
Take of back of unit, unplug first. Heat element is near heat duct side with wires attached to it. Unscrew and slide it out. You could also put a tester to each wire to see if you have a complete connection. If ok check thermal switches, one could have gone bad.