Question about Dryers
Hi, You can remove the rear panel on the controls and test the timer for voltage. There are two black wires going to the timer motor. Start the dryer and see if there is 120V going to the timer motor. If there is voltage and the timer does not move, replace the timer.
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Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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