Question about Washing Machines
HI, this is a defective timer control module. replacing this failed component will fix this issue. the timer is responsible for initiating the heating cycle. If the timer motor mech is damaged and not moving, it will not dry properly. replacing the timer will fix this issue you are having at this time.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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