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HI, the start button is failing. it is unable to hold the current at this time. I would advise to test the operational value of the door switch before you replace the start button switch.

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Why want this dryer stay on ?


you have a bad belt switch,if the dryer stays running while you hold the start button on and stops when you release the button its the belt switch part WD21X10261 i've seen this a few times,go here and look at part 803 this is the bad part.
www.searspartsdirect.com/model-number/DPXR473EW0WW/0432/0151200.html

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hate to be the bearer of bad news but it sounds like ur motor is going out. Had this happen to my last dryer. If this is the case it will eventually just stop. Try running it without any laundry in it. if this works, then load it and see if it still works. (poor little motor has to work a bit harder with a full load) good luck.

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My Dryer will only work if I hold start button, when I release start button the dryer stops.


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Anra, the problem is in the even heat board under the consol. This is a very easy job. Check out this link. Catriver, post back http://www.repairclinic.com/0080.asp

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