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Whirlpool Ultimate Care 2 only works if I hold the Timer Knob

My Whirlpool Ultimate Care ll super capcity Imperial gas dryer will only work if I hold the Timer Knob, if I let go of it, it shuts off. And it will only work in the heat mode, not the air fluff or energy preferred mode.

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The timer contacts are worn. Replace timer.

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It also would not hurt to try and blow out the timer assembly with compressed air...I was having trouble with mine and i had pulled out the timer. blew it out with compressed air, and re-installed and it worked again. If not then you will need to replace the timer like the other person stated.

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