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Dryer timer doesnt advance.

My dryer heats great and everything works great, only thing is the timer never advances, it will run forever if you do not cut it off.

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If the timer does not advance even on the time dry cycle then you have a bad timer motor. You would need to replace the timer to rectify the problem. Hope this helps _MJ_

Posted on Apr 27, 2010

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  • Matt Ace Appliance Apr 28, 2010

    I would check your venting to make sure its not restricted. The easiest way would be to go outside and feel the airflow if its not very strong you may benefit from cleaning your ductwork coming out the back of the dryer. This will increase the efficiency of the dryer. It sounds like your not able to effectively expel the moisture. Hope this helps _MJ_

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