I would say it's a faulty timer. Not the timer motor but timer contacts. Unplug dryer, set timer into air fluff cycle. Check for continuity between timer terminals T and F or T and X. If no continuity between either, then timer won't advance and timer is faulty. This dryer has one of those cheap timers that are always failing. BTW, this dryer does not have any moisture sensor.
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