Question about Dryers
Your sensors are bad or at least need cleaning. Also check the sensor wires. They may have come loose.
Clean the sensors with alcohol.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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See if the timer advances in the timed dry or the auto dry cycles. If the timer advances in timed dry but not in auto dry, then you could have a wire connection failure in the orange wire from the heating element to the timer.
If the timer will not advance in either type of cycle, then I recommend checking the timer part number that you are using.
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