Question about Dryers
The problem is probably a faulty thermal fuse or heating element. The thermal fuse should be just inside the back of the dryer, close to or on the exhaust duct. It is about one inch long. Both components can be easily tested with an ohm meter or multimeter. They should have continuity, if either one doesn't, that component will have to be replaced. Sure hope this helps you and good luck.
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