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When you select a cycle and press start, does the dryer beep back at you after pressing start? If so, how many times does it beep?
OK so you need to pull the dryer out and test power at the junction block on the back of the dryer to determine if it's getting 220 volts to the dryer or not. If you're getting 220 volts between the 2 outside power wires, remove the fuse and test continuity through the fuse (don't check for power). If the fuse doesn't have continuity, then replace it otherwise reconnect the wires to the fuse and re-install the fuse. Now the only other things that can cause your problem are the start switch, the door switch, the belt switch, and the timer. It sounds like you said the start switch and door switch are good so you'd want to take the dryer apart and make sure the belt is still connected because if the belt is broken or disconnected it won't trigger the belt switch next to the motor. Other than that you're looking at a bad timer.
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Understood, but again you don't test power to the fuse, you just test continuity through the fuse.