Ok thanks Mark, The problem here is likely the thermal fuse has blown.Take the panel off under the door by removing the 3 screws along the botXXXXX XXXXXp. Pull the panel out then looking from the right side look behind the blower housing, You should see the thermal fuse which looks like this.Pull the wires off, test the fuse with a ohm meter, if as I suspect it has blown then the thermal fuse will need to be replaced.
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I am at work right now so I cannot check the fuse yet. However, I will trust your advice and come back to you if that does not fix the problem. Thanks.
I replaced the thermal fuse and that did not fix the problem.
Have you sent a response?
Somewhere. What do I need to check?
What does it look like and where is the burner located?
No problem. I am still at work.
I took the top off the dryer and there was no documentation of any kind
I took off the top and there was no paperwork. I have called Sears to come fix it.