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Stuck timer i have a whirlpool cabrio dyer. on the heavy duty cycle the time gets stuck on 5 minutes. the lint trap & vent are clean

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  • JOYCE BROOKS May 11, 2010

    this is joyce



    This said a whirlpool cabrio wtw6600sbt top load washer stuck timer?

    then the comments say's whilpool cabrio dryer, stuck on 5 mins. please exspain



    thanks

    joyce

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Clean the metal moisture sensor with rubbing alcohol they are located on the grill inside the dryer on the front. or, the vent to your house is blocked some how, call someone to clean it. 

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