I know you checked the element, but I will almost guarantee that it is shorting out. Here is how you check it:
1. Bump Test (my own name for it ... you like? lol.) Put one lead from your meter on one of the heating element leads and the other other to the housing of the element. Now 'bump' the heater ... give it a good shake or rap with the butt end of a screwdriver. If you see any jumps at all in your meter, it is grounding out when hot.
If the 1st test does not show anything then:
2. Pull the heater and inspect it. When you get the top shell off, I'll bet that you find the plate between the coils has heated up and warped to the point where one of the coils is almost touching it. Usually at the very back of the element. In this condition, when the dryer gets hot, the coil sags slightly and you've got a short. This means the element does not cycle and gets hotter and hotter until the high temp t-stat blows.
See here: http://neighboursapp...-to-ground.html
and here: http://neighboursapp...ng-element.html
Source: Whirlpool Duet GEW9200LW0
Open the door and remove the 2 phillips screws in the hinges (item 20),
remove the 2 phillips screw on the opposite side where the hinges
would be if the door was reversed (item 35)
Flex the 2 upright pieces of item # 22 and pull forward and remove.
The front bulk head item # 29 is held in place with (2) screws on each side.
You will notice that there are 3 screws on each side but one of them on each
side only hols the bulk head together..doesn't actually attach it to the frame.
Once the screws are remove the screws and brackets item # 27.
Now you can raise the top about 2" and pull the bulk head off.
There will be door switch wires attached...you can either leave them in place
or disconnect from the door switch...just remember their locations.
The thermal fuse is item # 40...It will be attached to item # 43 should read "closed" with your meter
or 0 continuity.
If this is the culprit make sure you clean the bulk head / filter housing
as well as check your venting thuroughly for a clogg or restriction.
Thermal Fuse Link
Source: Maytag Neptune Dryer Model # MDG6800AWW
If the GASKET is not torn---it should be reusable.
This is a fairly simple task.
Remove the *phillips* screws on the HINGE.
Place door on a mat or towel.
Remove the screws from around the perimeter of the door and pry/separate the inner ring.
Having an assistant helps & taking a photo or two with your cellphone camera is a plus too.
Part Link ==> Door Gasket
Source: LG DLE5955G dryer door gasket help
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