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Dryer is heating but not turning making noises from control switch even in off position

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That's a plain jane timer on that dryer. The motor probably has a stripped gear in it. Seen it.
Nothing in the dryer would cause this timer to make noise UNLESS the RH terminal was arcing while in the heat mode of the timer setting. The result over time would be this:
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I would say you is in need of a new timer. This timer has feature which advances the motor only when the heater is not on using this orange wire to feed back to the timer motor:
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That is the middle wire on the high limit.
To replace the timer yank the knob straight off and remove the screws. Pay attention to how the wires connect. Pretty simple fix.

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