Have you unplugged it from the wall socket. ?
Give it a minute of two.
Plug it back in....try again. (make sure the power point is working)
Any humming noise ?...it will be a broken belt
The capacitor delivers the initial "power" to start the drum turning.
PLEASE be careful....if you are not licensed etc get a pro to do it.
check the outlets for build up of fur/fluff....and give the drum a spin by hand....listen for a belt flopping around as you do this
Above all....show care and common sense....electricity kills.
We do not wish to provide instructions for building your own coffin !
I am a Journeyman Electrician
HOWEVER - I am not a dryer repair man/woman
The Power - from the breaker to the dryer functions as intended.
All the things you mentioned I have replaced or checked minus the motor......saidly I was hoping someone had some insight as that part is approx. $150 for my Whirlpool Electric Dryer
The capacitor for this particular model is built into the motor.......sooo BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
I digress - the dryer has been without power for two days now it functioned until 2 days ago when the dryer cord shorted against the case of the dryer. Some electrical tape solved this issue until I could get to the hardware store.
Upon replacing the power cord in the exact same way the other power cord was installed the unit did not function.
I am going to replace the thermal fuse, door button, and timer switch tomorrow cause its cheap and i have the dryer apart anyway.
I will take the motor out as well and test it.......unfortunately it looks like the motor is bad.....given what I know thus far.