Check for 240vac at the terminal block. Check for voltage drop at the timer with the dryer running. Check for voltage between the red and black wires, 240vac means the timer is bad. Check for voltage between the red wire at the terminal block and the element. If you get 240vac it means the motor switch or the connecting wiring is bad. I've attached the schematic.
Thanks for the info.
I have correct AC Voltage on the Electric Chord that connects to the Terminal Block.
Q1) I check for AC Voltage with Dryer ON (or OFF) on the Black & Red Wires coming out of the Timer or at the Terminal Block (not the wires on the electric chord)?
1a) If 240 VAC then Timer is bad?
1b) If 120 VAC (or less or none) then Timer is Good?
Q2) Check for voltage drop at the timer with the dryer running.
2a) Which Wires do I check on the Timer?
2b) What reading before Voltage Drops?
Q3) Check for voltage between the Red Wire at the terminal block and the Element. If I get 240 VAC then the Motor Switch or the connecting Wire is bad.
Q4) I read on another website that if I get 120 VAC on the High Limit T-Stat (Red Wire) and Element Housing (Ground) then the Timer is Good. If I get 120 VAC on the Element (Red Wire) and Element Housing (Ground) then the Motor Switch is Good. Do you agree or disagree?