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It seems like clogged vent problem but as I always say The best method is to do your home work and you must do total trouble shooting procedure and replace defective parts if necessary and
Best way is visual check and check for any faulty component and parts and check all thermostats and sensors and look for clogged vent or any damaged or rusty or cracked components and use step by step deduction method for trouble shooting
when an electric dryer overheats it's because of a defective cycling
thermostat or a clogged vent system. Clean any lint from the internal
and external ductwork, and/or replace the cycling thermostat
I'm not sure of this, but my friend experienced similar situation. He had a Kia Pride used for Taxi cab. He have replaced damaged parts, replaced freon for his aircon and overhauled the engine. The cab really runs smoothly and in good condition. But from time to time, the engine stops. Just like you, everything is normal, but stops unexpectedly. We even have it checked from my friend mechanic and said that everything is normal. He gave up the car and he loosed around PhP50,000.00 at that time (enough to pay rent for a year. He later found out that the car runs OK again... THE NEW OWNER HAVE THE WIRING AND ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS RENEWED! And a car owner claims for the same problem, I said its ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS, it should be replaced. When she have it fixed, the mechanic have her car's wiring replaced. And it runs smoothly again. Please try...
WR55X10942 is the part number for the main control board . The fan and heater have nothing in common . After you replaced the heater , did you defrost the coils with a hair dryer , or replace the heater and let it defrost it itself ?If you let it defrost itself , the heater could burn out again for being on too long .( this happened to me once , from then on , I defrosted with a hair dryer completely before restarting refrig . Main control board controls the fan . I've never had a bad fan motor , always been the board causing the fan not to run . The main control board will run about $150.00 if you install it yourself .