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Timer on whirlpool dryer

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Old whirlpool thin/twin Dryer timer old timer M404-G New timer M460-G how to hook up


The problem as stated is that the new M460-G timer does not have the same pins as the old one (because there seem to be a variety of sub-models under the M460-G name). However, I have successfully (at least to provide the timed heat function) used a different M460-G on my Frigidaire Crown Gas Dryer M/N FDGB23RGS2 . To do this, I had to figure out the terminal functions by rotating the M460-G switch and measure with ohm meter and also by inspection of a wiring diagram at appliance pros dot com
On Frigidaire Crown FBGB23RGS2 Gas Dryer:
The original M460-G is wired:
Terminal / Function / Color
A / Gas / Org
B / Line voltage / Red
c / Motor / Wh
Timer wired between TM and C
AD / Auto Dry / Pink
TD / Start Switch and Motor / Tan

On other M460-G Gas Dryer timer (from mystery Dryer), I wired it to into my Crown dryer as follows:
Terminal / Function / Crown Dryer Wire color
BU / Line Voltage / Red
BK / Motor / Wh
R / Gas / Org
V / ? / No Connection
Timer wired between TM and BK
WB / switched on while Motor & Gas / Tan
OR / ? / Pink (figured it was safe)48146720-bbc3-47da-833c-6d50a0cf5df0.jpg

Sep 06, 2015 | Whirlpool Dryers

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Need to replace my dryer timer M460-G


The problem is that the new M460-G timer does not have the same terminal letters as the old one (because there seem to be a variety of sub-models under the M460-G name providing varying options such as an "air dry" function). However, I've at least been able to provide the basic timed heat function using a different M460-G on my old Frigidaire Crown Gas Dryer M/N FDGB23RGS2 . To do this, figure out the terminal functions by rotating the M460-G switch and measure with ohm meter and also inspect wiring diagram (mine was at appliance pros dot com).
On Frigidaire Crown FBGB23RGS2 Gas Dryer:
The original M460-G is wired:
Terminal / Function / Color
A / Gas / Org
B / Line voltage / Red
C / Motor / Wh
Timer wired between TM and C
AD / Auto Dry / Pink
TD / Start Switch and Motor / Tan

On other M460-G Gas Dryer timer (from mystery Dryer), I wired it to into my Crown dryer as follows:
Terminal / Function / Crown Dryer Wire color
BU / Line Voltage / Red
BK / Motor / Wh
R / Gas / Org
V / ? / No Connection
Timer wired between TM and BK
WB / switched on while Motor & Gas / Tan
OR / ? / Pink (figured it was safe)6b1460b2-ed5e-4c5d-b06b-c654e59e7487.jpg

Nov 19, 2013 | Whirlpool Dryers

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Whirlpool Cabrio dryer temperature won't get hot? What causes this problem?


Runs but will not heat
1.loose wiring----check terminals & wiring
2.defective centrifugal switch in motor---replace switch ( check linkage to motor)
3.defective timer---replace
4.open heat element---replace heat element
5..defective operating thermostat---test thermostat, replace if defective
6.fan or it's pulley loose on shaft---tighten set screw
7.incorrect heat or timer settings---reset timer
8.clothes to wet when placed in dryer----wring out or extract water from clothes before placing in dryer
9.clogged lint screen or duct (little air motion)---clean out lint screen & duct

Sep 25, 2011 | Dryers

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My dryer will not turn on. It has been actinig up for a few days. If i jiggled the timer dial it would turn back on. You can hear the timer working but it will not engage the motor. It seems to have...


correct you will need to unplug the dryer and access the top back panel there is a booklet in the top left corner, but anyways look at the timer for a loose or burnt connections, now if you take all the wires off take a picture write down what goes where as once you go to place the wires back they need to be hooked up right/correctly, hope this helps Tim

May 22, 2011 | Whirlpool Dryers

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We have a whirlpool duet front load dryer, why does it beep during a cycle?? when clothes are still wet?


You can perform some Whirlpool electric dryer timer troubleshooting to determine if the timer is faulty or if the cause is somewhere else within the dryer.
  1. Access the Timer
    • Unplug the Whirlpool dryer power cord from the dryer electrical outlet. The timer is inside the control panel on the top of the dryer. Pull the dryer away from the back wall so that the control console can be raised without hitting the wall.
      Remove the single screw on each end of the control console that secures the control console housing to the top of the dryer. Grab the sides of the control console and raise the front of the console up and toward the rear of the dryer. With the control console in the service position you will now be able to test the timer.
    Test the Timer
    • Locate the dryer timer inside the control console. It will be directly behind the dryer timer control knob. There are two wires that connect from the dryer to the dryer timer. Place a piece of masking tape on each wire and write on the tape what terminal each wire attaches. Use a pair of needle nose pliers to remove the wires from the terminal ends on the timer.
      Set the scale on a volt-ohm meter to the RX1 setting to measure the ohms of the timer. Place one probe to one terminal and the other probe to the remaining terminal. You should get a reading between 2,000 ohms and 3,000 ohms. If you do not get this reading, replace the timer.
    Replacing the Timer
    • Pull the control knob off of the timer shaft on the face of the control console. Remove the two screws that secure the timer to the inside of the control console. Pull the timer out and take the timer with you to an appliance repair facility. Compare the new timer to the old timer to make sure that the mounting screws match.
      Place the new timer inside the console and secure the timer with the two retaining screws. Attach the wires to the timer and remove the masking tape from the wires. Lower the control console and reattach the console to the top of the dryer with the retaining screws. Push the control knob back over the timer shaft. Push the dryer back against the wall and plug the power cord back into the electrical outlet.

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Whirlpool dryer model LEQ8858JQ0 - won't turn off by its self, just runs and runs no matter what cycle it is on.


You can perform some Whirlpool electric dryer timer troubleshooting to determine if the timer is faulty or if the cause is somewhere else within the dryer.
  1. Access the Timer
    • Unplug the Whirlpool dryer power cord from the dryer electrical outlet. The timer is inside the control panel on the top of the dryer. Pull the dryer away from the back wall so that the control console can be raised without hitting the wall.
      Remove the single screw on each end of the control console that secures the control console housing to the top of the dryer. Grab the sides of the control console and raise the front of the console up and toward the rear of the dryer. With the control console in the service position you will now be able to test the timer.
    Test the Timer
    • Locate the dryer timer inside the control console. It will be directly behind the dryer timer control knob. There are two wires that connect from the dryer to the dryer timer. Place a piece of masking tape on each wire and write on the tape what terminal each wire attaches. Use a pair of needle nose pliers to remove the wires from the terminal ends on the timer.
      Set the scale on a volt-ohm meter to the RX1 setting to measure the ohms of the timer. Place one probe to one terminal and the other probe to the remaining terminal. You should get a reading between 2,000 ohms and 3,000 ohms. If you do not get this reading, replace the timer.
    Replacing the Timer
    • Pull the control knob off of the timer shaft on the face of the control console. Remove the two screws that secure the timer to the inside of the control console. Pull the timer out and take the timer with you to an appliance repair facility. Compare the new timer to the old timer to make sure that the mounting screws match.
      Place the new timer inside the console and secure the timer with the two retaining screws. Attach the wires to the timer and remove the masking tape from the wires. Lower the control console and reattach the console to the top of the dryer with the retaining screws. Push the control knob back over the timer shaft. Push the dryer back against the wall and plug the power cord back into the electrical outlet.

Apr 18, 2011 | Whirlpool LEQ8000JQ Electric Dryer

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Timer not working....turn knob to 30 minutes and it stays on forever! Knob never moves from 30 mins....please help!


Most likely the timer motor or the main thermostat is bad (some dryers hold the timer off until the thermostat says the dryer is warmed up). I assume you have adequate heat since you do not mention any problem with the clothes not drying in the usual time.

Usually there is a wiring diagram hidden inside the control panel or posted inside the back panel. If you can read it, you can figure out whether a thermostat controls the timer motor. (I've never had to work on a Whirlpool dryer control problem, so I can't tell you.)

Mar 08, 2011 | Whirlpool LER5636P Electric Dryer

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Dryer won't start, timer works, electric power is fine...removed back panel, trying to figure out if it's the switch or the fuse 9can't really figure out where the fuse is


The thermal fuse is the white one with 2 white wires on it..(I think the wires are white).

You take one of the leads off and measure continuity.

Good luck and make sure you turn power off before measuring resistance.

Aug 12, 2009 | Whirlpool Dryers

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Whirpool gas dryer not heating up


Take a volt meter and call for the unit to come on. Take the connector off to the igniter and check for voltage to those wires. If you get voltage but it does not start, then you know the igniter is bad. It could also be a limit switch. There will be 2 wires that terminate to a small disk with a button in the center. Depress the button firmly to reset it. It should be located near the burner. If it is the timer, you will need to locate and isolate the power wires leaving the timer and check voltage there. Hopefully this information is helpful.

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