Question about Whirlpool GEQ9800P Electric Dryer
After selecting the desired setting and time on our Whirlpool Electric Dryer Model #LER7646QG1, we experience problems when depressing the push-to-start knob. The dryer seldom continues to run through the full cycle without several attempts at turning the timer knob while pushing the start knob. Most of the time it will stop running as soon as we release the timer knob, but sometimes it will run for a few minutes and then stop. There is a significant price difference between the push-to-start relay and the timer, one of which I believe is the cause of my problem. Depending on the cause, I may want to replace rather than repair.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Anra, this is a classic symptom of a failed even heat board. I've seen a lot of these failures out there. Easy to change out. Check out this link. Catriver..post back http://www.repairclinic.com/0080.asp
Posted on Mar 26, 2007
Anra, the problem is in the even heat board under the consol. This is a very easy job. Check out this link. Catriver, post back http://www.repairclinic.com/0080.asp
Posted on Mar 26, 2007
I have whirlpool dryer, when i push the start button it will start but only stay on for part of the drying time. no the start button make noise when push and after keep trying it stop.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
sounds like you need to replace your timer, or either unplug the machine, an open the head panel an see if any wires are loose in there, changing the timer is an easy job, you should have no problems doing it ......good luck!
Posted on May 28, 2009
If you have replaced the door switch you have had the top open, right? Now find the overheat limit switch, somewhere on top, just behind the drum. Use an ohm meter to check it. It should be closed, 0 or near 0 ohms. If the dryer overheats this switch opens and stops the dryer, same as the door switch. usually in the same circuit. If this is good then the run switch on the motor is probably bad. If the circuitry thinks the motor has stopped everything goes of falso. The push to start switch bypasses all of these and lets the motor start to turn. If any of the three are bad when the start button is released the dryer stops again.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
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