Question about Estate TEDS740JQ Electric Dryer
I am not sure why my dryer will continue to run while on the timer & the dryer is not heating up to dry my clothes. Is there something I can do to correct this problem?
The problems are related. The timer advances when the thermostats sense that heat is being applied to the air in the dryer. With no heat, the sensors do not allow the time to advance.
You did not mention... Is your dryer gas or electric? If Electric, the most likely culprit is a burned out heating element or a faulty internal heat-sensing thermostat. Burned wires or a defective motor switch are less common factors.
If it's a gas dryer, suspect the glow sensor (could be something as simple as lint covering it), temperature control thermostats, or the heater switch on the motor.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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