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We have the same model and experience the same thing. The way I fix it is to remove the filter, then with a flash light I look down into the lint trap. You will notice that lint has built up in the track where the lint filter sits. I use a wooden skewer to run along the track and lift out the lent. Hope that helps
if the dryer was running and you pulled out the lint filter most likely all the lint got removed and jammed the blower wheel.unplug it,remove the vent line and the back panel,then remove the duct that the lint filter slides into and clean it out.i'm assuming this is a whirlpool or kenmore,you could have cooked the thermal fuse also,it's a white piece next to the duct,it has two wires going to it and the part number is 3392519,check it with a meter,you have to pull at least one wire off when you read it out to get the true reading,vac out the duct and all the lint,if the vent line is long,blow it out with a leaf blower,all the lint will blow outside through the outside vent,then you can remove the front and vac out all the lint in the cabinet and clean off the motor.good luck
Due to a dryer either heats or no heat , I would suggest pulling the dryer out and removing the vent hose . Dry a load of clothes to see if they dry normally . If they do , this verifys that the vent hose is either kinked ( restricting air flow ) , or , if the vent runs UP inside the wall , there is a restriction between the inside vent hose to the outside vent . May have to go into the attic to clean .
This is almost always due to lint build up in the vent pipe. pull the dryer out from the wall, disconnect the vent pipe. look inside the rear of the dryer and into the pipe. remove lint that is present. go out doors and examine the vent from that end. finally remove the lint catcher in the dryer and look in there. remove any lint you see.
lift your lint lid and remove the 2 screws you see then pry the top up at the edges with a wide flat screw driver. If you have a rear cover remove it then remove the 3 crews that hold your lint catcher assembly to the blower housing and you should find your bulb