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Autodry cycle never stops

I have a Whirlpool LGR4634JQ2 gas dryer. When my dryer is set on the Autodry cycle, it never stops even though the clothes are dry. It will stop if set on the timed dry cycle. We have changed out the timer, but it has not fixed the problem. Any suggestions would be appreciated.... Thanks!

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  • Mary Bell Feb 04, 2007

    Thanks Repman1. I really appreciate it!!!!

  • Anonymous Nov 30, 2008

    I have the same problem...replaced both thermostats, one with 2 terminals and one with 4 terminals. It still doesnt shut off from the Auto setting. Replaced the timer, and the flame sensor also and still same problem. Used a shop vac and cleaned out the lint from the back of the unit, as well as the venting line. There is no moisture sensor on my model, Whirlpool Gas Dryer LGR5636eq2.

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You need to replace a t-stat. one of your t-stats are blown. im drawing a blank but its the one with four terminals on it

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