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Whirlpool model LER4624BQO turns on but does not oscillate.

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Sounds like a broken belt

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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WHIRLPOOL DRYER MODEL # LER4624BQO DRYER TURNS BUT NOT HEAT AT ALL... WILL NOT DRY THE CLOTHES.


could be the element or fuse kit on the top of the element. Also check you ventilation to be sure it is not cloged or blocked somewhere

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The only fix is to have the timer circuit replaced.

It's a solid state timer and non-adjustable, but can become inaccurate if the oscillator crystal goes out of tolerance. Considering the billions of timer circuits manufactured, there are remarkably few which suffer this fault, so you've just been unlucky.

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MY DRYER DON'T TURN ON!


Chances are an element failed and shorted to ground.

Any fuses or breakers for the unit will be located in the fuse panel in thehouse, not inside the dryer.

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you have defective power oscillations! in this model you have to replace the vertical output ic. because the power oscillation for Jungle IC is passing by from Vertical output.

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