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Whirpool duet dryer quit working

Hi. My dryer is a whirlpool duet. I have had it since December 2005. The lights on the panel work, but the drum does not turn and motor does not run. The sensor lights go from sensing to wet to all the way through the cycle, and the timer counts down..and the buzzer goes off saying it is done, but the drum does not turn and I do not notice any heat. What would cause this? I did notice that the drum seems awfully easy to turn compared to normal....
I did try unplugging the power to reset it and this made no difference. Thank you for any advise you might have.

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    The machine quit in mid-cycle. The light panel works, but the drum does not spin, and when I turn it by hand it is very difficult.

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Chould be a fuse inside dryer its oblong white ck it but unplug dryer first

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