I read above from your question that the motor DOES still turn and blow air (it's just cold air).
You will need multimeter. The next step would be to check for continuity on the above igniter, coils and themostats.
However, first turn the lights out and turn the dryer on. Check.....how long the flame stays on when you start the machine?
Do you still see the igniter GLOW when the flame turn off?
Do you hear a "clacking" sound after the flame goes off?
Also, I don't know Sears numbers as well as others. So, approximately how old is this machine?
The machine is approximately 7 years old. I will have to get back to you on the flame situation. I am at work and I can't check that right now.
I will accept everything so far. Thank you.
I will check back later tonight to see how you are doing. Be sure you have a multi-meter so that we can check components before finishing diagnostics.
Keep this link directly to this question to continue. You don't need to ask another question.