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The timer is bad. Specifically the timer advance motor is going bad. It is a little electric motor located on the back of the timer. It movers the knob forward automatically as the dryer runs cutting down on time remaining. You usually have to buy the entire timer, you cant replace just that part.
If have a wiring/scematic diagram for the machine and a meter, you might try tracing the problem that way, just a thought may be a loose or bad wire on the back of the timer. It could be possible that the timer may have gone bad. Please let me know if this helps you in anyway.
The first thing to try is unplugging the dryer for 30 minutes or so ans then plugging it back in.This should fix the issue and allow the timer to reset itself so it runs properly after this.Please feel free toget back to me if this does not solve your problem.
You need to return the dryer back to its factory default settings. This is accomplished by selecting RESET in SET PREFS under the OPTIONS scroll down menu. These instructions for setting preferences begin on page 25 of your owner's manual. The RESET option is on page 27.
If you no longer have an owner's manual, you can obtain a FREE copy at managemylife.com. Just type in the model number you provided under their "Manuals" link. You will find your owner's and installation manuals listed in .pdf (Adobe) format.
If you have questions, please let me know. I hope this helps you.
This sounds like a timer problem, but before you change it turn the machine off, unplug it completely then plug it back and see if the computer will reset, if not get a new timer you csan order one from several spots on ebay let me know thks larry
Make sure it has power. Then:Check the door switch.
A little lever sticking down through top right of door opening. If it is
not there you will need new door switch(sometimes the little lever
breaks off). If it is there and does not click when you press it in you
need a new door switch. if it clicks when you close the door
then you have a bad thermal fuse.The thermal fuse is found by taking
the back of the dryer off. The fuse is an oblong white plastic piece
with 2 wires attached.
Door switch part number 3406109 Thermal fuse part number 3392519
Hi, The only thing you can reset is the beaker for the dryer in you breaker panel for the house. As far as the dryer, if it doesn't start at all, you will need to test the fuse in the dryer. First thing!! Unplug the dryer. This fuse is none resetable. Most models have the fuse located in the back of the dryer. You will need to remove the rear panel and locate the fuse on the blower housing. The fuse is white and is 1/4" wide and about 2" long with two wires attached to it. If the fuse has coninuity, then it is ok. This is the most common problem. Other causes could be door switch, timer, or the motor.
Hope this gives a little help. Need more, let me know