Yes, do you have a multimeter? If so you can test the start switch for continuity.
You will want to ohm out(continuity check) that push-to-start switch, with a volt/ohm meter, to see if its stuck closed with the button not pushed in.
To access the timer and push-to-start switch you can remove the 2 front console screws, then pull the console towards you then up and then tilt it towards you and remove the 4 back panel console screws.
If you don't have a volt/ohm meter, you can get a cheap one at Radio Shack.
Unplug your dryer first before testing!
Take 1 wire off the push-to-start switch before ohm testing it for continuity, doesn't matter which one.
With the button pushed in, it should have continuity, with the button out, it shouldn't have continuity.