Question about Whirlpool LER5636P Electric Dryer
I have a whirlpool electric dryer. The timer advances but does not shut off. I replaced the timer thinking it would solve the problem, it did not. I'm thinking it must be one of the thermostats. Anyone have a clue?
okay, the timer wont shut the dryer off right? okay so maybe a a stuck start button, unplug one of the leads after you start it, unplug the lead and advance the timer knob to off and see if that was it. higher end dryers have that auto dry sensor feature that is supposed to shut it off when its done. Study the wiring diagram and find the circuit for autodry feature and disconnect one of the leads off that thermostat try that
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