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Dryer just stopped running

Dryer jut stopped running. did not buzz. checked all connection to and from both power plug and timer. did not find any loose wires. checked the fuse box and fuse was good. this ha happened once before and it was a wire that had come loose but it was the repairman that found it. I did not see it or no it was loos

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2 quick ones come to mind. 1)Check the door limit switch. If it goes open circuit, there will be no operation. 2) Surprisingly, on some driers, there is a hidden fuse in the wiring loom.(referring to the larger driers). If not the problem, does it hum as you press the start?If not, switch off, open panel and trace wiring back and observe for any burned or broken areas.

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