Same question, is it gas or electric? And when you replaced the motor, was that because the drum was not revolving or an attempt to get heat? You and I are posting around the same time, have been reviewing your thread. The advice given on my gas dryer is working out well. The thermal fuse was blown and the cause seems to be the massive amount of stuff in the "box heater" ( vertical chamber running up the back of the dryer, secured by 4 screws on mine). I can't get another fuse until tomorrow or whenever I can get off work in time to get to a shop. I replaced the $48 ignitor but that was probably not the issue. Bypassing the fuse proved that electricity was trying to get to the ignitor ( tested at the plug that connects to the ignitor) but I'd already installed the new ignitor so could not return it.