Look under control panel look for a burned spot or burned wires some thing is throwing the breaker under the control panel one of the controls may be bad with this kind of dryer may have to replace controls
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I am having the same problem. I think there is a design problem. They have tried to fix mine 3 times (replacing the dryer with a new one on the first try!) My dryer is only years old. I'm so disappointed with Sears and Kenmore.
I had this same problem with my Dryer. It is making the few quick beeps because it thinks the door is still open. Near the bottom of the opening to the dryer there is a sensor switch that gets pushed in when you shut the door. Try holding the switch in with a knife or something and then start the dryer with the door open to check if that is the problem. After i did this, i closed the door and my dryer started as normal.