Question about Whirlpool LER4634J Electric Dryer
It sounds like the timer switch motor does not "turn OFF" and keeps running through the next dryer cycle. The "Start" switch may be stuck "ON" all the time. If it is a mechanical switch, try pressing it several times to "free it up". If that doesn't work or it is solid state (electronic), it may need replacing. A meter (ohm meter) can be used to tell if it in "always ON" (near zero resistance). Be sure to remove power from the circuit (un-plug it from the wall or disconnect batterys) before using an ohm-meter.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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