Question about Whirlpool Washing Machines
What can i do
Posted by Anonymous on
If your control has an actual timer function that does not turn the dryer off at the end of the "timed Cycle" the most probable cause is shorted contact within the time which require replacement of the timer.
Hoever, be aware that most dryer now days work on a sensing devices which monitor the humidity level of the cloths and ignore the time.
be sure that you are addressing a TIMING issue and not a sensing issue which is a completley different set of circumstance
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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