Thanks for the reply about the start switch and the link to purchase it at appliancepartspro. I think I'll start with that ($18 versus a timer for $105). The more I think about it, if the timer "freely" turns through all cycles (and through the Off positions), it would seem like the timer is not the problem. When I replaced a timer on my old dryer years ago, I seemed to remember the old timer just not turning once it was set, which is not the case now. I could try to put a meter on it, but not being an electrical wiz, I don't know if I'd be checking it correctly. I know there are troubleshooting videos on the internet. Are there any videos, for the novice, that you've seen and maybe recommend? Thanks for all the help.