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Maybe you press lock button, simply unlock it again try this one
? What is the "Child Lock" function?
• If you press the "Child Lock" button (Spin+Option button) longer than 2 sec during operation, this
function is selected.
• If once this function is selected, no change can be done until the end of laundry.
• Press the "Child Lock" button (Spin+Option button) longer than 2 sec to cancel the function
Probably the motor behind the knob. I replaced mine in a Kenmore recently. No big deal for someone with average skills. Go to washer/dryer forums. Lots of them. This will have a ton of solutions. Try YouTube
Most clothes dryers have a thermal limiter or fuse, which is a heat-sensitive safety mechanism that shuts off heat to the drum or the power supply to the dryer if it overheats. Unfortunately, you can't replace a thermal limiter once it activates. The only choice you have is to replace it; your dryer won't operate properly until you do. Although you can't reset a thermal limiter that has been blown, you can reset the dryer's two circuit breakers and restore heat to the drum and power to the dryer. However, after the breakers are reset, you'll still only have partial function of your dryer. For example, it might spin but not heat or it might initially turn on just to shut down after a few minutes. You must replace the defective thermal limiter to reinstate your dryer's full function.
it may be in the start button or it may be a sensor on the door is not working properly. you also may have a breaker issue. on alot of dryers you have a 2 pole breaker and if you lose one side of the power at that breaker it can lose some of its capacity to operate certain functions on your appliance
If your dryer won't heat up, it's possible that it is not being supplied with the proper voltage. Here are three ways to make sure power is getting to your dryer: First, make sure your dryer is plugged in. Next, check the circuit breaker panel to make sure all the circuit breakers are in the correct positions. Finally, check to make sure no fuses in your fuse panel are blown. Any of these could explain why power is not getting to your dryer.
Are you still under warranty with your RV? If so, take your RV back to them and try to get this problem fixed through them. You know more about electronics than I do (LOL) however, I do believe the RV sales/repair should be taking care of this issue for you.
I on the other hand own the Majestic brand washer and dryer and I am very dissapointed with them. The washer is broken already and is only 15 months old. Ugh!