Question about Whirlpool Dryers
There are lots of things that can cause this, but most likely is the over-heat sensor. It is a thermal fuse that once tripped, must be replaced to restore heat. It is also possible it is the heating element, or something in the control circuit. Most dryers have a schematic or wiring diagram in the manual, or attached to the case back, or inside the case. UNPLUG the dryer, and check the fuse, element and controls using an ohmmeter or continuity checker. I hope this helps you find your problem.
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