In order to get items to dry accurately, one must use time dry rather than the normal cycle because the dryer is not sensing whether or not the clothes are dry. Which sensor is this? It appearsm there might be two...
Answer Brent, There are two sensor bars, located on the front bulkhead near the lint filter. Wet clothes create a short across the two sensors and keep the dryer running, until the clothes are dry enough to allow the circuit to change and short to ground and allow the control to turn the unit off, Check and make sure both sensor bars are present, the wires are connected and is all appears OK, clean the sensor bar and area with alcohol, to remove any chemical build up on the bars, Thanks and Good Luck
The Burn or Heat won't start or burn? What sensor should I check?.
Answer Leng, The dryness sensor has nothing to do with the heating of the dryer. You need to check the glow bar igniter 5318EL3001A and radiant sensor 6501EL3001A for proper circuitry, the thermostats 6931EL3003F 6931EL3004B 6931EL3004B 6931EL3003C. They should all have "closed" circuits at room temperature(78 dgrs.) when you check across the terminals with a multimeter. heres some meter usage information, should you need it [http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html] Good Luck and Thanks