Question about Dryers
Ok I have a issue that is stumping me. I had a repairman look at my 2001 Whirlpool dryer and he said the motor relay was bad and the motor needed to be replaced. So this morning I went to the parts store and got a motor and fanwheel and replaced it myself. Hooked everything back up and nada. I had already checked the thermal fuse and it tested good. Basically when I open the dryer door the light comes on and when I close it the light goes off. When I set the timer and push the start button nothing happens I can hear the timer clicking away. Any other ideas to check. It is model # LEB6400LW0.
If you do not have a meter to trouble shoot with you can bypass the switch by taking off the wires and clipping them together . UNPLUG the cord first. Make sure they are not touching anything and plug it in and shut the door. If it starts it is the door switch. If it does not you have some investigating to do.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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