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Experience:  Appliance tech since 1992. Factory authorized
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Hi my name isXXXXX have been an appliance repair tech since 1992.
Let me pull the model up and give you some choices on getting this issue repaired. Be back in a few.
Thank you
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

I have a good parts place here in Tulsa. Thanks for your reply


The complete service manual can be found here on my 4shared account for free.
It is free to sign up and download the service manual.

The best way to diagnosis this dryer is to run a self diagnostic test on page 9.
Then check the fault.

A good repair video to access the heating element and thermos is here:

I hope this gets you ointed in the right direction
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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

I reset the element, but it popped again. I reset it again and I'm running it with the front off and watching it. I suspected bad power because I just moved into this house, but the power cord is cool. There is a pretty long section of hose and pipe on it, but it seems clear. If it pops again I will test it with hose disconnected.

Yes try it with the hose disconnected, it sounds like an air flow issue. If it is to hot, it will continue to trip to save the element.