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Dryer shuts off after a minute or so

I start the dryer and within a minute it shuts off. When I try restarting, it operates erratically and stops again. We I try to restart it does not start at all. If I wait a period of time, it restarts but then shuts off. Cold it be a thermostat related.

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You have a bad motor . Only possibility .

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