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The dryer ran overnight nonstop. We didn't turn it off, because each of us noticed it running at different times and thought someone else reset the timer. Now the dryer is not getting any heat, but it spins. The lint trap is also clean.

Any ideas how to fix this?

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The complete model number of the dryer might help.
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It's a Kenmore 400. The timer is not working either. It won't shut itself off on any of the dryer settings.
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It's a Kenmore 400.
This is not a model number. Check out the door frame.
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I feel your pain Gene. Just know that I'm here for you.
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It looks like it is model 110. The longer number is 110.79422801.

Does this sound right to you?
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I found and checked the wiring diagram for your dryer. It is a regular gas dryer.

If the dryer ran overnight nonstop, most likely the timer failed and would need to be replaced.

The timer Part number: AP6016538

Part number: AP6016538
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