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Why does my Kenmore dryer model 417.94802/94862 end of cycle alarm go off ...washer/dryer unit I do see that it is normal for the end of cycle buzzer to go off ...Why won't my Kenmore dryer model 110.86872100 shut off at the end of the ...
The buzzer won't stop buzzing after the load is complete. ... or turn on the timer and the dryer will start just by selecting a cycle and closing the door. ... The dryer should continue to run and at the end the buzzer should only stay on as long as ...
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"Tested start switch and it appears to be working normally". You need to be absolutely sure if the start switch is working and isn't sticking, which it sounds like. Isolate the start switch completely and then check it again with your DVOM. Make sure the switch moves easily without sticking.
Depends on the buzzing noise. If it's the sound of a "end of cycle" buzzer, then it could be a few things. Check to be sure door switch isn't broke and that the drum inside still turns with some resistance (not to hard, but not to easy either). You might have a timer issue, which the contacts are stuck in the off position, a start switch that might be stuck in position, a motor issue, all the way up to a wiring problem. Try tapping on the start button a couple times, rotating the timer switch for a few minutes, turning the drum a few times to see if you can shake it loose. If not, you will have to take the console back off and see if there is a tech sheet in there. Can follow the wiring and timing charts to narrow down the problem.
On the display panel under the start button is a signal indicator. If you push the button to the left of the indicator you should be able to reduce the volume and even turn it off. The button on the right of the signal indicator will bring the volume back up.