Ok, maybe we need to start over. Daughter's father in-law hooked up power cord to dryer incorrectly. He hooked the black-line-120 to the neutral connector. Power cord now is properly connected. Line-n-line red- white- black. Wires coming to power strip on dryer corresponds to wires coming from dryer cord. Red to red- white to white-black to black and green wire is connected to the ground on the dryer frame. Wall outlet is ok. I checked it and so did apartment complex maintenance department. Now, installed new motor and the same thing happened again when i started the dryer. Thermal protector made a loud buzzing noise and i turned it back off before it tripped out. Is the light working on the dryer? The bulb blew out and the socket got burned around the threads and has to be replaced if i can get one today but can check and see if there is power coming to the wires if not. If there is power to it then what else can be the problem? The timer? Maybe? Unfortunately the dryer is not at my house and my computer is at my house so have go there to check it out.
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