Question about Dryers
We have a ten year-old Whirlpool dryer that is suddenly no longer working on the auto dry. Instead of shutting off when the clothes are dry, it just...keeps...drying... (we had a load go almost ten hours, thank goodness my husband happened to notice it was still going! I was distracted by our two little 'uns). The timed dry seems to work just fine. I have read a bit about cleaning the moisture sensors; trouble is, I cannot seem to find them inside the drum. Any suggestions? Thanks!
I went over the part list and I didnt see a sensor, if it is there it will be two silver wire bars either on the back bulk head or at front right just below the door, possibly your timer has gone south too.
The only item I saw was a dryer cycling thermostat that shuts off heat when a certain temp is reached, here is a link;
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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