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Whirlpool dryer wont start

Whirlpool duet dryer wont start
not the door switch
not the thermal fuse
electronic controls tested ok

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Hello theres a long pin that sits inside the door make sure it has not snaped off if thats ok then the trouble may be caused by the capacitor next to the motor white cyilnder with couple of wires coming off

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Posted on May 30, 2010

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