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Our GE DPSR610 cycle control appears to have given up the ghost. It wont come off a setting and stop. Simply keeps on running until we manually stop the dryer.

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Check timer motor. Remove the connecting wires and check them for continuity. If you cannot get a reading you are going to need a timer. A new timer online just now was $75 HERE

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