Kenmore Dryer model # 110.62062100, unit would go from 52 mins to 45 mins to 20 and then 5 and shut off. Unit would not run the complete cycle? Control board has been replaced already and didnt solve issue. Any ideas??
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Re: Timer on dryer counting down too fast
Now that there is a good one. Everything you are saying leads to a control board failure. Did you replace the board yourself, or have someone else do it? I have before gotten a new control board of the shelf, and it be as bad as the one I was replacing. Just a thought. Let me look around and see if I can find some other information, just really sounds like a bad part.
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clean the stainless steel sensor pads located just inside the dryer door with isopropyl alcohol,these sensors register moisture in the garments and adjust drying times accordingly,when you use dryer fabric softener sheets it coats these sensors and throws the system off,make sure to shut off power to unit as this alcohol is very flammable,then leave door open to air out before re-powering up unit
You are going to make me guess!
I am guessing you have to hold the start button down.
Try a new start button first.
If that does not fix it, replace the timer/control unit.
God bless your efforts.
same problem with Kenmore dryer Model No. 110.96250100. The timer would not advance under any setting. I replaced the timer and it only advances under timed dry but does not shut off when it times out. Under all other settings, the timer knob does not move, but the temperature stays warm. I checked the continuity on thermostats and resistor and, to the best of my knowledge, all passed. all in all, it appears to be a mechanical problem with your timer. Please remember to award your selected response
i believe a while back, this model had a timer issue, but would need exact model to be sure,
anyway its a pretty asy repair and the part is easily available at
the average timer is around 80
and about ten minutes repair
Hi there. this is a timer issue. it counts down but, the actual shut off dial embedded in the timer mechanism is damaged for some reason. replacing the timer assembly will correct this issue. there are two parts to a timer. One, it times and last, it initiates the shutoff. the second action is not working properly. to be sure, check the relay before you purchase the new timer.
I have also provided you with a complete manual set that you can access and print out if you would like.
The trouble is actually with the start bearings in the drive motor,I bet you have a small hummmm or GRRRRR right at the start, as if the unit wants to hesitate.
Anytime you have a dryer that starts then shutsoff and must "cool" down, it is the motor.