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Dryer runs and doesn't stop based on the selected dry time

Our dryer will run past the time we select for drying. We'll turn the dial and it basically turns a little bit the dryer will run without the dial moving towards ''off''. What part do we need to replace?

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Check the connections to the timer dial. If all connected, replace the timer. Should solve the issue

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