Question about Miele Dryers
No matter which cycle the dryer is set on the timer indicator steadily advances through 360 degrees then stops. While it is advancing the drum rotates and the laundry is heated so if I sit by it with a cup of tea or coffee and keep cycling the dryer the laundry eventually gets dry. Any idea as to what might be wrong?
Modern dryers use a step motor on the timer, as opposed to a fixed rate timer seen in older models. The timer advances using one of two different mechanisms, depending on the model. On most, the timer receives a signal from the thermostat that a predetermined temperature has been reached - on others it receives the signal from the moisture sensor (if so equipped).
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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