I washed clothes last night and then threw them in the drier. Couple hours later I hear a slight beep beep and found the noise coming from my drier. I opened the door and clothes still damp like the drier hadn't turned on. Flashing code E2 which I found out means door not closed warning and drier will not start. I checked the switch with ohm meter and it's good. Trouble shoot says possible causes are door switch, temp over heat protect fuse, main control panel failure. Push start button and after a minute I hear a click like a breaker. Everything looks ok on control panel but nothing happening. So I rinsed the clothes so they wouldn't mildew stink and hung them out of the line to dry. Started out about 60 degrees this am but got up around 90 so clothes got dry in spite of the darn drier. It seems all new appliances don't last no time at all compared to the old machines that lasted 20-30 years. Haier drier sold by Sears but of course made in China and is costly cheap junk. This drier I bet isn't 5 years old and basically used in the winter since I hang clothes line dry for nothing in the other 9 months. So a little bit used drier takes a crapola. Dang junk made in China with a very short lifespan to keep their plants building and selling more junk. I have to say I bought a new Whirlpool washer that the hot water valve was defective right out of the box. I took it back to Lowe's and got my money back. Can't even buy American made stuff that isn't one step above junk it seems anymore. Darn service call on drier plus labor and parts will probably be 3/4 cost of a new piece of junk. This wasn't a cheapest line drier either. It has more settings than I know what to do with. I think I would be real leery buying a new car made in China.