Question about Dryers
I set my Kenmore electric dryer (has 110.62512101 on a tag on inside of door rim) to dry while we were gone... came back 8 hours later to find it still running, and no heat.
The thing only shuts off if I turn the knob manually to "off".
Usually, I just turn it to 60 and return in an hour.
Without anymore info. is sounds like the timer motor on the setting controller (the main knob) is bad. The entire timer/control part is usually pricey but if its made to where you can just change the timer motor that will be less. If possible check the timer motor with a meter for continuity to be sure. the parts supplier will usually help you with this, if they are worth a shit.
Posted on Dec 19, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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