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Either the pressure switch is not operating as it should, or if it is, then the timer is not advancing as it should.
Pressure switches can fail as with any switch, but one must always check the pressure switch hose for blockages or air leaks first, as the Pressure switch will only operate if the hose is airtight.
Once these two things are checked, then comes the Timer. Repairs of this type can be costly, so be sure you feel that the age of and condition of your appliance justifies that kind of expense to you before proceeding.
if it's not advacing in time dry you have a bad timer,that timer should count down no matter what the dryer is doing,if you have it in auto then it could be no heat,when it's in auto or more or less cycle the heat comes on and the timer won't move until the heat shuts down,when the heat is off timer advances,when the heat starts the timer stops,it will do this until the clothes are dry and then timer will shut off but in timed cycle,timer isn't counting down get a new timer.
The time it takes to do a cycle is determined by the washing machine timer. That is driven by a clock motor. This is an older machine so what is happening is that the motor on the timer is stopping and starting. A replacement timer is sold only as a complete assembly. I'm fairly sure you washing machine does the best job in the world in cleaning cloths. Hope this helps, Best, Mark
It sounds to me like a problem with the timer. Timers do not get repaired...they get replaced. I hope this helps you out ....it is not always the best news to find out it is going to cost money but if it is not under warranty we really have little choice in the matter....Thanks for choosing Fixya and a click on the yes bow with a rating would be great if you can remember to on your way out of our site.
STOP USING THE DRYER AND CALL A QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON TO TEST ALL GAS LINE CONNECTIONS WITHIN THE UNIT!
A gas leak can cause a fire in your home. Although, we have always used a gas dryer, and the clothes do have a fresher smell to them than an electric dryer. Any gas which may be in the area would be consumed when the gas flame was burning as normally the pilot remains lit throughout the drying cycle.