Question about Dryers
Trace the wiring -- you'll probably see several devices (thermal limit switches / tstats) which look kinda like small relays with two or three wires plugged into them. One of these is probably burned (or in some cases blown).
If you have a continuity meter, you can test each one of these for continuity between the terminals. They should all have electrical continuity when the dryer is not running. Of course, do this with the dryer unplugged.
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