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I have a Kenmore dryer that runs but dries real hot and then shuts off.If I don't open the door or shut it to off, it will come back on, I guess after it cools down. Any suggestions as to what the problem may be? I thought maybe it was the thermostst or/and element? How can I determine which one or should I replace both? Thanks

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Do you have any clothes stacked on top of it? If so you are killing your dryer take everything off of it and NEVER use it for storing or stacking anything EVER. pilling the top of it makes it overheat. If this is not the fix then your thermal limit switch is bad and not doing it's job

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