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Kenmore Elec Dryer 110.62712101 No heat/timer not moving

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I took the vent off the back to see if the vent to the roof was restricting airflow (had warm air but took long time to dry). I set on High with a load in, watched the heating element heat up, ran good for about 20 minutes, dryer felt pretty dang hot, then went cold. No more heat & the cycle timer did not move from that point on.

Took heating element, HL thermo, internal bias thermo, fuse, & the other thermo attached to the element to the shop & all tested good. Checked my breakers, good but turned on/off just to be sure. Checked lint trap...clean.

Put all parts back on, but still no heat & the cycle timer is not counting down.

Any Ideas??

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I took the vent off the back to see if the vent to the roof was restricting airflow (had warm air but took long time to dry).

And you ran this entire subsequent test with the vent removed?

No more heat & the cycle timer did not move from that point on.

Was this test run with the dryer in timed dry mode or auto dry?

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yes with vent removed just a pair of panty hose over the exhaust

timed dry mode

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