Kenmore 70 series gas dries fine, only problem is the end cycle buzzer doesn,t quit after announcing. you have to open door and leave open when machine is not running. the part that used to time out the buzzer took an extended vacation. Is this part of the main control? Thanks wayne
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It sounds like you have a faulty switch. The switch located behind the start button controls both the on/off setting and the buzzer. You can either replace this switch (which will likely take care of both problems) or you can take it apart and adjust the contacts. You can test them with a multimeter before and after to make sure you've got them adjusted properly.
could be a number of things, but you may want to test with an ohmmeter if you have one. It sounds like your timer needs to be replaced. If the buzzer is not shutting off, the timer may not be turning to the off position. It may be really slow our out of wack, not letting the dryer completely dry. It also could be an error with the dryer's control module (kind of like a computer for the dryer) I also recommend playing around with door switch, it to may be faulty. If the dryer does work with door closed, it is unlikely to be the door switch. You will have to test timer and door switch with ohmmeter or voltmeter to determine that the voltage current is constant and not speratic or shorting out.
buzzer is built -in the timer you all should replace it if you really want it solved they have done their work over the years. It's not something you can just go in and unplug or cut sorry. Good Luck. Post your make and model numbers next time please.