If the the dryer starts, but then stops before the load is dry, it could be that the dryer overheated and tripped the thermal fuse. Or the timer could be malfunctioning, the main electronic control board could be getting or sending the wrong signals, or the motor relay (if your dryer has one) might have failed.
We offer Experienced Appliance Repair Service to all of our customers in the Greater Houston area. You can always count on Houston Appliance Repair to get to you fast and get the job done right the first time. We use state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to find the source of your appliance problems and usually fix them on the first visit.