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Here,s what I found!!! Have 3 cycle's ; time dry, wrinkle free, and regular. I was told the dryer wasn't shutting off and the timer was not advancing, which was made evident by the fact that when we came home it was still running, which I have seen. Please keep in mind I have two adult children who use the dryer. Took off the back of the control panel ( make sure power is off at the breaker or unit is unplugged ). I vacuumed all the lint out of the back, it was considerable! Then made sure all spade terminals were tight and free of corrosion. I've been a nuts and bolts electrician for thirty years and extremely strong troubleshooter so I thought, "perchance I'm getting bad info". I ran all 3 cycles at every temp. setting and saw the timer advance ( it takes about 15 min. to see a real change ). It could be that the "lint" was shorting out wires ( that would be the same as closing contacts at the wrong time ) and causing the timing function not to work. Anyhow, make sure you look at everything before you start buying parts that may not be necessary. Hope this helps.
I have a Maytag Atlantis Gas Dryer that will turn on, rotate, but will not get hot and dry the clothes. A load of clothes in the afternoon, didn’t dry, tried again but didn’t dry – went to bed after putting on auto dry - next morning the dryer was still rotating and didn’t turn off. No hot air – only cold air.