Same problem as before except now the dryer shuts off after 30 minutes. I tried a different timer and that didn't cure it either. Could there be a thermal overload in the motor thats causing this? Does that mean replace the motor?
ANSWER Hello Joe. Yes, if the motor is overheating and won't re-start until it cools, you will need to replace the motor in the unit.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Friday, June 08, 2012