Question about Kenmore 659 Electric Dryer
Probably too late to help either of you since this is so old but there are two possibilities (assuming everything else works as normal).
If you really mean the circuit breaker to your house, then the heating element is bad and pulling too many amps. It may be shorting out when it gets hot due to the expansion of metal.
If you mean a switch on (or in) the dryer then you mean a thermal breaker (or thermal fuse). The most likely problem is that the exhaust vent for the dryer is plugged up with lint either within the dryer itself or in the part that is in your wall and exits someplace outside (could be as far as the roof). When the hot air can't escape the dryer overheats and shuts off to prevent a fire.
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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